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It takes real courage to speak out against someone in a position of such influence - removing the CBE from Harvey Weinstein would send a strong message to victims of sexual harassment around the world that we believe them, and that being in a position of power doesn't mean you can act without respect towards others.
I've always loved that, putting people in a position of power to feel like they can make a change and make things happen,' he said.
In order to stand out from a position of power, brains and courage are not necessary.
The Prime Minister apprised the President about Tuesday's meeting of Energy Committee and his visit to the National Power Control Centre (NPCC) to ascertain the exact position of power generation and its distribution.
Sexual abuse and rape have been used throughout history by men in power to maintain control over other people and to protect their position of power.
the proportion of females within a position of power is skewed 85:15 males to females) or (b) marginalized (i.
to give up a position of power or authority <The ruler was forced to abdicate.
A rainbow coalition may not be the best way forward but it would at least reflect the wishes of the electorate not to have Labour in a position of power.
The RCMP's policy regarding married couples, regardless of gender, is that one spouse cannot hold a position of power over the other in the same detachment (Halifax Herald, May 18, 2006).
Start early, dream big, listen to mentors, and have product in hand a cheaply made student film perhaps when someone in a position of power asks you about your aspirations and you reply, "I want to direct.
Greenspan is accused of being an intellectual fraud who foisted failed policies on the world economy in order to help his wealthy friends on Wall Street and to retain his position of power.
This is the slight premise of this twee picture which sees Nicole Kidman's ball-busting TV executive get fired from her position of power.

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