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  • r  exerting influence

  • Thus, though there are only 30,000 Jews in Poland today, they are seeded influentially from the Politburo down through the intellectual community and the Polish press.
  • This was "manifestly unfair" to good old "Snatch," his many ruling class friends have been influentially murmuring in London ever since, but an old imperial precedent is in .
  • Arthur Vandenberg worked hard and influentially ; even State Department career men who do not like him admitted that he was "ceasing to be unhelpful.

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