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under the influence

Vox populi A popular phrase, the long form of which is 'under the influence of alcohol' or, less commonly, other substances
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A nationally representative sample of men and women, from across the four provinces was asked, 'In your opinion, is the influence of religion increasing or decreasing on people in Pakistan?
Globally, when the question was asked by GlobeScan in 18 other countries, 58 percent respondents say Pakistan's influence on the world is mainly negative.
It is, perhaps, more important that the effect of informational influence should be distinguished from that of normative influence, because the two types of influence may act as different mechanisms.
Social networks, friends/relatives and specialized publications are the most versatile influencers, having influence in 3 out of 5 categories of products, given that 67 percent of youth communicate with friends in social networks weekly.
Did you know there is disconnected influence and connected influence?
This is logical if you accept influence as a method of exerting power over someone or a situation.
PRINCETON, NJ -- Americans have mixed views on the influence of organized religion in the U.
The Constitutional framers in the First Amendment placed alongside the freedoms of religion, speech, and press the inviolable right of the people to influence government.
When looking at emerging team situations, the driver in determining whether the situation becomes a roadblock or evolves into an opportunity is not solely the program's technical merits or its financial executability, but a combination of both, plus the ability of the team to engage and influence key stakeholders.
A third strong source of influence is the work of other authors.