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National governments still wield tremendous leverage both on the territories they govern and as the only legally authorized participants in international deliberations.
Being long and exceptionally thin he could wield hammer and chisel well along the rift.
Christian conservatives wield enormous clout here through a network of advocacy groups and relationships with politicians from President Bush on down.
Perhaps the only major quibble between the novels and the screenplays is the downplaying of the role of Sergeant Wield on television.
Pupils must not carry or wield articles or instruments likely to endanger the safety of their fellows or of the premises.
A realm where monsters wield unimaginable power and the fate of the universe is held together by seven magical wands.
He'll also have the ability to dual wield, adding double the firepower.
So it 's my job to wield the hatchet.
How can a group so numerically inferior wield so large an influence upon the majority of the world?
In Britain, finally, the church, or rather the churches, wield tremendous influence in all spheres of life.
There are less noble weapons that you can wield, such as an executioner 's ax or spiked maces.
What training is required in order to wield such tools intelligently?
In Jedi Academy your character can wield one saber, two sabers, or the famed light staff.
So its default setting is to wield the sledgehammer at every nut, as it were, that it can see.
He might have to wield a sword to defend himself, but he was no murderer.
Where would you wield the ax in order to save the Library?
There is no doubt that the leaders of the world 's eight largest economies still wield enormous power.
Many people have long suspected that many multi-national organizations now wield more power than national governments.
I guess that 's the power you wield when you 're one of the world 's greatest player.
Questions What different sorts of power can people wield in the modern world?
And yet, to wield a hammer to a war-plane carries a sentence of ten years in an Irish prison.