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Governor Endicott, and other influential men in Massachusetts, formed an association against wearing long hair!
One resource so influential that it often shapes the economic pattern of a state is soil.
He studied theology, and became tutor to the sons of influential personages.
The plantation owners also became the influential individuals within the colony—politically, economically and socially.
James Madison, a most profound student of government, is considered as the most influential member of the convention.
The most influential statesmen and brilliant orators are gathered around her chair.
But all the most influential and characteristic thought of the eighteenth century set full against it.
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The doctrines of Zeno were never popular, and were confined to a small though influential party.
And I wished to have as many influential witnesses present as possible.
Not many years ago—plenty of people can remember it—the congregation of Trinity Church was both large and influential.

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pulchritudinousadjective | [puhl-kri-tood-n-uhs, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION