He'd always known the source of Death's magic was the souls, but he'd never seen his predecessor wield the light of the souls.
As both a demon and Immortal, he possessed the ability to wield both sources of power but not control them.
The boy we chose last season survived and can wield the demon's powers.
The mountain tribes on the road (the Oxii, Pers, Huzha), accustomed to exact blackmail even from the king's train, learnt by a bitter lesson that a stronger hand had come to wield the empire.
Both consuls might be plebeians, both could not be patricians; a patrician could not wield the great powers vested in the tribunes of the commons.
Subordinate officers and rapacious governors of forts wield all the power of the state, and tyranny, oppression and anarchy reign over the whole country.
By Ambrose in the case of Theodosius himself (390); but the temptation to wield it as an instrument of secular tyranny too often proved to be irresistible.
He accustomed himself to ride the " great horse," to tilt at the quintain, to wield the sword and battle-axe, to swim and climb, to run and leap, and to bear the weight and overcome the embarrassments of armour.
To wield all sanctions, supernatural as well as natural, against the pretensions of any clergy, Catholic, Anglican or Presbyterian, to the exercise of an imperium in imperio.
(3) The believer must not bear arms or offer forcible resistance to wrongdoers, nor wield the sword.
It remained as a title of secular officials in the middle ages, being applied to persons appointed by the Roman emperor to judge cases in distant parts of the empire, or to wield power in certain districts, or, in the absence of the emperor, over the whole empire.
All discipline officers were permitted to wield the whip summarily and without the slightest check.
To wield a peaceful authority over all the subjects of the empire, to reward merit, and to punish transgressionsuch is the highest task of king and officials.
It was markedly anti-socialistic. But from this period he passed almost entirely from public life, and ceased to wield the personal influence which he had done during the preceding years.
When he died in January 888 he had not a single faithful vassal, and the feudal lords resolved never again to place the sceptre in a hand that could not wield the sword.
But however divine, the king could not wield his power unaided.
Historically, husbands have often wielded great power over their wives.
I hadn't been certain whether I should go on first or second - the first act also wielding a guitar.
Many people have long suspected that many multi-national organizations now wield more power than national governments.
No. Go for the possible: the men who had actually wielded the knives or fired the guns.
There is no doubt that the leaders of the world's eight largest economies still wield enormous power.
You must continue the treatment with a hand already wielding five giant talons.
Wield a sword with the same.. .
Wield in the modern world?
Wield the ax in order to save the Library?
Wield when you're one of the world's greatest player.
Wielded in both hands at all times to either cause damage or to parry.
Wielded with two hands, the upper half of which is covered with studded iron strips.
Wielding a paintbrush: in his spare time, he is a keen amateur artist.
Wielding maniac attacked children in St. Luke's Infants School, Blakenhall.
Wielding of power presented some of our internal oppositionists with the opportunity to ratchet up the rhetoric.
Wielding of weapons is present and correct, as is the painfully pitiful ability to store sod all ammo.
Wielding the scalpel is likely to gain most from the experience.
Wields what is perhaps his most controversial premise.