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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of empower.

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Examples

  • Financial pain empowers demagogues and opportunists.

    'Hysteresis': An ugly word for an increasingly ugly economic situation

  • And the until-recently-exclusive medium (for the technologically sophisticated at the start) cuts them down to earth and once again empowers the little guy.

    Edward R. Murrow: God or not? « BuzzMachine

  • When a hotel chain empowers a maid to spend up to $500 to make it right (using her own discretion), that's not a system, that's trusting great people to do the right thing.

    People or systems?

  • When a hotel chain empowers a maid to spend up to $500 to make it right (using her own discretion), that's not a system, that's trusting great people to do the right thing.

    March 2005

  • OnlineLabels. com's newest patent-pending cigar band label empowers customers to print their own designs right from their home or office computer, eliminating the need for large print manufacturers

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  • The fact that this new site is in English empowers the opportunity; we've removed the language barrier which has kept a large and growing portion of the Latino community from engaging the Hispanic-relevant content we produce, and which has also kept the non-Hispanic audience from being exposed to issues and positions particular to Latinos and with direct bearing on the larger mainstream.

    Miguel Ferrer: Piedra, Papel Y Tijera

  • The fact that this new site is in English empowers the opportunity; we've removed the language barrier which has kept a large and growing portion of the Latino community from engaging the Hispanic-relevant content we produce, and which has also kept the non-Hispanic audience from being exposed to issues and positions particular to Latinos and with direct bearing on the larger mainstream.

    Miguel Ferrer: Piedra, Papel Y Tijera

  • The fact that this new site is in English empowers the opportunity; we've removed the language barrier which has kept a large and growing portion of the Latino community from engaging the Hispanic-relevant content we produce, and which has also kept the non-Hispanic audience from being exposed to issues and positions particular to Latinos and with direct bearing on the larger mainstream.

    Miguel Ferrer: Piedra, Papel Y Tijera

  • The fact that this new site is in English empowers the opportunity; we've removed the language barrier which has kept a large and growing portion of the Latino community from engaging the Hispanic-relevant content we produce, and which has also kept the non-Hispanic audience from being exposed to issues and positions particular to Latinos and with direct bearing on the larger mainstream.

    Miguel Ferrer: Piedra, Papel Y Tijera

  • The fact that this new site is in English empowers the opportunity; we've removed the language barrier which has kept a large and growing portion of the Latino community from engaging the Hispanic-relevant content we produce, and which has also kept the non-Hispanic audience from being exposed to issues and positions particular to Latinos and with direct bearing on the larger mainstream.

    Miguel Ferrer: Piedra, Papel Y Tijera

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