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charisma

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Christianity a divinely bestowed power or talent

Charisma

An earlier presentation graphics program for Windows from Micrografx that included a comprehensive media manager for managing large libraries of image, sound and video clips.
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Charismatic people use words that people can relate to.
These charismatic people would have left a mark on the city's young Muslims.
Get charismatic people together who could best promote the modern attractions of the sport, so that it helps stop racing being a sideshow at its own event.
The hypothesis is that charismatic people are really good at sensing and sending off the appropriate signals.
Today, other prominent names, charismatic people in high office, are being associated with legislation dealing with the delivery of health care.
They've had wee lifts here and there and they've had charismatic people as well like Ron Atkinson managing.
The fact that charismatic people often focus on innovation and long-term thinking may mean that, as a colleague or subordinate, you are left to deal with the finer details of ensuring the successful execution of their ideas.
Larry was one of the most honest and charismatic people I ever met," said Bill Curtin, Press Color's president.
Also, a charismatic person, it seems, has three traits: they feel emotions strongly themselves, they induce these emotions in others, and they themselves are immune to the influence of other charismatic people.
He said: 'What we have had at Birmingham going all the way back to when Barry Fry was manager is charismatic people running the club.