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Hartogsohn’s work is more philosophical than neurological, but the people wielding the fMRI machines could devise ways to investigate his ideas.
He proposed wielding a more severe tool — government-ordered shutdowns of schools, businesses and other public gathering places in nine Zip codes.
It requires participation by LGBTQ leaders in the redistricting process in the states, which draw boundaries that shape representation and how advocates might wield influence for the next decade.
As a result, Hmong American voters are an underappreciated political powerhouse who have long shaped elections in Minnesota and Wisconsin and could now wield influence on a national scale.
Orphaned and penniless, Rye and Gig are trudging along with thousands of other men — just a sliver of “the cold millions” — who are repeatedly lured into dangerous jobs, swindled out of their wages and then driven off by club-wielding thugs.
While each resistance member has their own specialized tools, the game is balanced so that anyone, including a taser-wielding grandma, can finish any mission.
Democrats have had a persistent majority, but the Republican minority has nonetheless been able to wield its influence by uniting behind a moderate Democrat who could yield them policy victories.
They are wielding this vacancy to try to get Democrats to the polls, but they also can’t do anything to stop it.
In his findings of fact, Jackson laid out in minute detail how Microsoft had wielded its dominant power over the PC industry time and time again to squash rival browser maker Netscape.
We wanted to understand how an executive is wielding her power.
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