Powerful Definition

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1. 'She's a professional and powerful exorcist, she knows what she's doing! ' 1
2. "Amber" energy, corresponding to the human body "round belly", which is a " pubes " position to help raise the temperature of energy, so that the more powerful of the pubes . 1
3. "Backward locomotion appears to be a very powerful trigger to mobilize cognitive resources," conclude the authors, of Radboud University Nijmegen. 1
4. "Down and Out in Paris and London" is a powerful book, but you are always wondering what this obviously decent, well-read, talented person is doing washing dishes in the kitchen of a Paris hotel. 1
5. "Farewell to My Concubine" is a powerful film ... a landmark ...It successfully merges the commercialism of HK moviedom with the artistic purity of China's "Fifth-generation" directors. 1
6. "Headphones contain magnets, and some of these magnets are powerful, " said Dr. William Maisel, a cardiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. 1
7. "In particular the material editor is very powerful, and the node based system has a huge amount of scope, " commented Lead Character Artist Andrew Coombe. 1
8. "Most aerodynamic things take off at very gradual angles, but this has a very striking, very powerful lift angle, " Swartzlander says. 1
9. "One, two". The loud and powerful passwords reecho in the playground. 1
10. "Our results add a new dimension to our understanding of the resting brain and potentially provide a powerful new technique to examine the neuronal machinery of off-line processing, " they concluded. 1
11. "Renal function and the use or nonuse of certain heart failure drugs were powerful predictors of early and late mortality in these patients with CRT-D, " the researchers reported. 1
12. "Rhinitis, even in the absence of atopy, is a powerful predictor of adult-onset asthma, " the study authors write. 1
13. "The latter can only have been scooped up from the sea-bed by one mechanism - a powerful tsunami, dumping all these materials together in a destructive swoop, " says Professor Bruins. 1
14. "The machine is so powerful that it could help end tuberculosis," Mannan told me. 1
15. "The market is charging ahead and LEED is the powerful driving force, " said USGBC president Richard Fedrizzi. 1
16. "The powerful are using the V-day anniversary as a reason to pull Stalin's dusty ghost into the light and pack him up in holiday wrapping," says Rachinsky. 1
17. "This biological clock has a very powerful effect on us, " says Professor Jim Horne, director of Loughborough University's sleep research centre. 1
18. "We are both powerful now, " says 36-year-old reveler Lee So Jung. "We can celebrate together. 1
19. "We tend to rushto the pillbox, but our study shows how powerful it can be to addstress reduction, " says researcher Theodore Kotchen, MD. 1
20. A baby is a powerful icebreaker, and Charlie is especially charming in this regard. 1
21. A baseball player who is not a speedy runner can compensate by powerful hitting. 1
22. A belief in the strength of an open and nonproprietary environment for Ajax development provided the impetus to open the powerful tool to the public. 1
23. A better solution might be to transform the gravestone itself into a powerful visual icon. 1
24. A blonde grizzly bear fights with a regularly-coloured one. Photographer Steven Kazlowski snapped the powerful animals on the Alaskan Peninsula, in Katmai National Park, United States. 1
25. A blood test confirmed that she had an advanced case of Grave's disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes the thyroid gland to swell and produce too much of the powerful hormone. 1
26. A canard of anti-Semitism is that there is a secret group of powerful Jews running the country. 1
27. A cavalier unconcern about such consequences is too often the response of powerful mental health professionals who create categories of abnormality. 1
28. A CEO who accepts an annual salary of $1 sends a powerful message -- namely, that he or she is a team player who wants to make a sacrifice for the good of the company. 1
29. A chemical or synthetic drug may contain a single, therefore an unbalanced, but very powerful active principle. 1
30. A closer look at the evidence, however, suggests that tonics may provide safer alternatives to more powerful drugs. 1

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