area of influence


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area of influence

A geographical area wherein a commander is directly capable of influencing operations by maneuver or fire support systems normally under the commander's command or control.
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The Reykjavik-based company has a policy of expanding in the Baltic area and the former Soviet area of influence.
I feel our discretion, our area of influence, seems to be fading and weakening over time when you have these kinds of actions being taken by a commission of appointed individuals and not elected ones,'' he said.
1) The Arts and Crafts was virtually the only British visual arts movement to have had notable authority overseas, and the show sets out to cover its vast area of influence, from Russia to the US, Scandinavia to Central Europe, and even Japan.
The saddest part of it all is that his area of influence has spread to respected figures like Kenny Dalglish, whose role in the Rooney affair was cast in a less than flattering light in the court case last week, too.
While most of the study will be completed around the area of influence of the El Inicio starter pit within the Sechol Property, it will also monitor the Cahabon and Polochic Rivers and the ecologically sensitive Lake Izabal located 43 km east of the Sechol Property.
You start with a global view of Earth that shows your own pitifully-small area of influence and start the long, slow fightback.
Schodt, who is currently translating the entire canon of Astro Boy comics into English, explains: "The biggest area of influence was not in character design or narrative construct; it was, instead, related to economics, Astro Boy was made on a shoestring budget compared to shows in the US at the time, and it was made in an extraordinarily short time frame, making it possible to have a weekly show on US TV.
Any further shrinkage in the area around the pore will lead to pore growth and the area of influence can be large since hydrostatic tension far from the shrinkage pore can contribute to growth.
Chapters on ethnic minority concerns and consumer and family advocacy movements review an important area of influence in mental health policy.
These [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] two additional readings provided a profile of the rectifier's area of influence and protection levels in that area.
Rassinier found an unexpected area of influence among some formerly progressive isolationists of World War I.

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