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influenced

adjective biased, decided, induced, interested, one-sided, partial, partisan, prejudiced, prepossessed, swayed, undetached, unfair
Associated concepts: unduly influenced
See also: interested, one-sided, partial, partisan, passive, unequal, unjust
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Therefore, a mother or a specialized professional should not be influenced as it can exercise first ranking influence in a certain area.
We are influenced more often by the 150 people nearest to us than the other seven billion-odd combined, but everyone has a different group of nearest and dearest.
to Ossie Davis, says that Lorraine Hansberry was influenced by the Irish playwright Sean O'Casey, while Ron Milner was influenced by such novelists as Ralph Ellison, Ernest Hemingway and Langston Hughes.
A correlation between a caregiver's behavior and a child's behavior does not prove which behavior influenced the other.
In their presentation "Magnesium-Sulfur Relationships in Ductile and Compacted Graphite Irons as Influenced by Late Sulfur Additions" (03-093), R.
Located adjacent to the AFCA's national headquarters, the Plaza is a beautiful, tree shaded, stone plaza with a bubbling Southwest fountain, Any individual or group that has been directly influenced by a coach's gridiron greatness, past or present, can display their reverence to a specific coach or coaches.
Thus, when dealing with the teams in these situations, OSCs must preserve their continued efforts to collaboratively negotiate their perspectives and options by influencing them to accept any divisive outcomes in a palatable way, based on rationality and the needs of those to be influenced.
People will accept one city, two cities or any other reorganization of Los Angeles only if they have faith that the process was open and that those who influenced that process were held accountable.
The editorial points to the supporting evidence of data in the study showing high variation in the ranges of smoking prevalence among the school districts, thereby indicating other variables influenced tobacco use.
is deeply influenced by the esoterism of the 600 pages of Edouard Schure's book Les Grands Inilies given to him by his master l'Eplatenier.
1995) found that eating disorder correlates in female varsity athletes were influenced by the interaction of perceived social pressures from teammates regarding body weight or size, performance anxiety, and negative self-appraisal of athletic achievement.