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powerful

extremely effective or efficient in action
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PowerFuL

(language)
A language combining functional programming and logic programming, using "angelic Powerdomains".
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(14) Another quantitative indicator, demography, can be circumvented as it is widely agreed that having a large population does not guarantee powerfulness of the state.
Booming and rumbling sensation were analyzed and developed in the form of the booming index (BI) and modulation index (MI) as means to express powerfulness of engine sound [10].
However, the sound metric to express the powerfulness and pleasantness is necessary for the design of the sound with these sensations.
(23) See, e.g., Deborah Rutman, Child Care as Women's Work: Workers' Experiences of Powerfulness and Powerlessness, 10 Gender & Soc'y 629 (1996); Controversies in Care: How Women's Work Is Made 'Invisible', 91 AM.
[54], for example, found that the use of circled shapes in hypermedia environments predicts positive activating feelings such as strength and powerfulness. Other studies indicated that positive affect can be elicited by round and human-like shapes (e.g., [10,55]).
Often such vocalization by the laboring woman is advantageous, as it releases tension and helps the laboring woman preserve a perception of powerfulness. An auditory focal point could be a whitenoise sound.
This perspective will allow capturing the powerfulness of communication processes that constitute relational dynamics in social media.
The illustrative examples demonstrate the powerfulness of the presented method.
On the contrary, they speak of Christianity's superiority on the grounds that the lives of Christ's followers who overcome sickness, barrenness, poverty, and life-threating problems are a testimony to the powerfulness of the Christian God.
Therefore the ideal of the Man of great Negative Capability is a combination between the image of: 1) a passive flower blossoming with patience and receptivity, under the eye of Apollo --this is equivalent to a passive Jupiter being served on his throne; 2) an active bee humbly collecting honey--equivalent to a subservient active Mercury; 3) an active-passive spider spinning by agency of the web of his soul a heavenly tapestry of symbols (for the spiritual eye), softness (for the spiritual touch), space (for the spiritual journey) and distinctness (for spiritual abundance); 4) a sea shouldering whale exuding a Janusian powerfulness kept in reserve (this last image was most likely always with Keats).
"Solution is impossible without President al-Assad," Del Ponte, also a member in the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria, told Swiss RTS TV in an interview broadcast on Wednesday, pointing out to "the President's popular powerfulness on the ground."