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charisma

, charism
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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People see charisma as charm or an ability to manipulate, and I see it as the opposite--I see it as completely being in your truth," says author, sociologist and life coach Martha Beck.
Charisma aside though, it seems that in this election, people who didn't usually vote Tory chose to vote them in.
Jobs painstakingly worked to increase his level of charisma over the years, and you can see the gradual improvement in his public appearances.
According to the article, "to unhappy people, charisma is transformational.
In this way the charisma of the Tibetan holy man is fundamentally constituted, and shared, by his geographic environment--its sacred mountains and legions of resident gods, ghosts, and ancestors.
At Charisma Dental, we take the care and satisfaction of each patient very seriously and strive to maintain the highest of standards across all areas, so we're all thrilled to have passed the CQC inspection," a spokesperson for Charisma Dental said.
Charisma proves surprisingly hard to identify in advance.
It is much harder to use charisma to predict who will be a successful leader.
Washington, Feb 9 (ANI): Can a person's charisma be measured and learned?
Alghanim, Group General Manager of the sole dealer in Kuwait, said, "The Charisma Tour provided media and customers with an exclusive opportunity to experience first-hand the world's pinnacle luxury, automotive brand.
The Greeks called it charisma, meaning " gift" and implying that this trait is something mysterious, not earned but God given or genetically endowed.
Leading independent Arab production house, Charisma, has chosen twofour54 as its new production base in the Gulf.