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The pair butt heads too much on court, so Zufer stuck to teaching his son off-court skills and physical tricks, such as how to wield his supersized body to draw fouls.
The heads of each state department report to him, and he wields the power of the governor to run day-to-day state operations.
Pattison recounts a pivotal moment in the field when the team encountered a man named Gadi, a hunchbacked, gun-wielding warrior from a local tribe called the Afar.
The variety of content that we enjoy from the open internet hangs precariously in the balance when just a few enormous companies wield their power and can determine the fate of an entire industry.
His departure will deprive the premier of his most important adviser and strategist, who has wielded huge influence over all aspects of government policy, from its pandemic response to Brexit and economic reform.
To best wield that influence, however, they must evaluate how to speak about social issues, then detect and help remedy inequities.
The new dynamic may bring out just what power each government agency has and what control the supervisors can wield.
Regulators have long had antitrust concerns about the market power Visa and its rival Mastercard wield over global payments systems.
In the nation’s capital, where the mayor holds most authority over the school district, the nonpartisan State Board of Education wields little power, but the nine representatives have emerged as prominent voices in the city’s education debate.
Several species even exhibit members that are larger than the males that wield them.

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