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use "sway" in a sentence

Whether the move can sway Rubashkin is unclear, but they're trying.

The Kochs rarely give interviews but carry huge sway within the party.

Rector was 40 when he was put to death, having failed to sway then-Gov.

The United States used to have sway and influence with the old government.

It's unclear how much sway Cruz holds among House Republicans after the 2013 shutdown.

"Here you can learn to surf during the day and after sunset sway to the island rhythms.

He is a popular but polarizing figure seen by some as too extreme to sway moderate voters.

Temperature may sway how much trust people put in one another, according to a study.

Friday's jobs report could sway the Fed's committee members towards or away from a rate hike.

Debtor-in-possession loans generally give the lenders a great deal of sway over a bankruptcy.

Staff say the tower has built-in flexibility and has been known to sway in strong winds.

Find a great spot to sway or a nice seat in the grass and just let yourself be lost in the flow.

The Irish, French and others all reacted against their governments trying to sway their referendums.

Haftar currently controls parts of Libya's east, while Libya Dawn still holds sway over the capital.

And Australia's entry has proved that pop songs hold far more cultural sway than politicians ever can.

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