Like Kelley, Gatt, and Crowe, the trajectory of Cheryl Jackson's life has been shifted by Oprah's influence.
If Tiger were under the influence of these drugs, his driving would certainly be compromised.
But these observers don't all have the influence of some Washington pundits, whose skepticism was deep-seated.
The studies also looked at the influence of anti-overweight bias in policymaking.
Their influence in the last three years has been pretty enormous.
Again, the influence of English ideas has affected their public worship.
The influence of Self-love operating to the social and public Good, v.266.
She's said it several times while under the influence of the sedatives she's had.
Pen and Jane were not finding the farmers' wives easy to influence.
The influence of Gracchus over the popular mind was lessened.
late 14c., an astrological term, "streaming ethereal power from the stars acting upon character or destiny of men," from Old French influence "emanation from the stars that acts upon one's character and destiny" (13c.), also "a flow of water," from Medieval Latin influentia "a flowing in" (also used in the astrological sense), from Latin influentem (nominative influens), present participle of influere "to flow into," from in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + fluere "to flow" (see fluent). Meaning "exercise of personal power by human beings" is from mid-15c.; meaning "exertion of unseen influence by persons" is from 1580s (a sense already in Medieval Latin, e.g. Aquinas). Under the influence "drunk" first attested 1866.
1650s, from influence (n.). Related: Influenced; influencing.