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I believe the majority of West End residents support this view and I hope that we will not be swayed by the influence of a vociferous minority.
Despite the escalating body count, Rose will not be swayed from her efforts to coax Victoria to issue her famous utterance, ``I am not amused.
Robert Lord 24, Dewsbury Even though he is almost certain where he will put the X on May 5 he could still be swayed.
My husband and I will never be swayed away from him; if the other Democrats continue to put him down, we--and I am sure all the other Dean supporters--will run them over on our way to the polling booths.
HE ALLOWED HIMSELF TO be swayed by his conviction that human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but that life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves.
Arnold Schwarzenegger swore he would not be swayed by special interests and campaign contributors.
22) that the anti-secession camp spent $10 million-plus, although the Daily News regularly complained that the figure was $5 million, and then wrote that I can't be swayed by the ``facts, propaganda or history.
But in an era of Howard Stern clones and phony radio psychologists, Elder represents something rare and refreshing in local talk: a free thinker who refuses to be swayed by his peers - or anyone else, for that matter.