The goal of my book is to empower people to see through this scheming.
While Marx dreamed of revolution to empower the masses, his own wife and daughters slaved and suffered to keep the family afloat.
Then you empower them by talking with them and granting some sort of small concession.
It appears that he has jumped over his second son and intends to empower his third son instead.
Tapping into this tradition, the new initiative seeks to empower women interested in public policy and social change.
Colonial charters were, however, "undoubtedly no more than those of all corporations, which empower them to make bye-laws."
They also empower the directors to elect a chairman of the board.
Never; you have no right, you have no warrant to empower your act.
Do you all agree to them, and empower me to say so to Mr. Black?
They empower me to invent a new right and wrong whenever I am tired of the old.