use one's influence

use one's influence
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  • throw one’s weight around (to) —  Use one’s influence …   American business jargon

  • throw one's weight around — use one s influence in an aggressive way He has been throwing his weight around ever since he got his new promotion …   Idioms and examples

  • influence — n Influence, authority, prestige, weight, credit are comparable when they mean power exerted over the minds or acts of others either without apparent effort or as the result of the qualities, the position, or the reputation of the person or thing …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • Use of Numbers in the Church —     Use of Numbers in the Church     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Use of Numbers in the Church     No attentive reader of the Old Testament can fail to notice that a certain sacredness seems to attach to particular numbers, for example, seven, forty …   Catholic encyclopedia

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