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Power within the company is divided between the directors and the shareholders.
the power of television advertising
Her parents still have a lot of power over her.
a power struggle within the party
The plan aims to strengthen presidential powers.
The ruling Social Democratic party has been in power for ten years.
Later that year, the generals seized power in a bloody coup.
An appellate court has power to overturn the lower court's decision.
Under the dictatorship, the army was allowed to exercise vast powers.
Local officials were found to be abusing their power.
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