line influence

line influence

[′līn ¦in·flü·əns]
(electromagnetism)
The effect of a local inductive field around a telephone line.
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Ultimately, the choice comes down to the ship owners: take the responsible, ethical route or let the bottom line influence decision-making.
Lambert, who is having an outstanding season with Celtic, really didn't have to spell out the strength of United, through the striking partnership of Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole, the lethal crosses of David Beckham, the defensive strength of Jaap Stam, the flank runs of Ryan Giggs, the goal line influence of Peter Schmeichel and the input of Roy Keane.
A positive bottom line influence is expected for a minimum of six months.
When you the line influences of the Britton said: "You can develop a siege mentality when people on the outside upset you.
For now--as Monsanto's bottom line influences the EPA's decision-making process and smaller firms push to weaken the EPA's regulatory powers--farmers and consumers, according to Jane Rissler, a scientist with the Union of Concerned Scientists, can only "plant and pray.