afflation

afflation

(əˈfleɪʃən)
n
the inspiration or influence of someone or something
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Appreciating the role of Speaker to run the proceeding of the House above the party afflation, he said that Speaker's neutrality has increased the dignity of the House.
In General and Psychiatric Nursing Registration agenda presented in an Institute of Technology in the south west of Ireland.12 UFE was used for development of social, and financial curriculum for youth by afflation. The findings proposed by evaluators helped in consideration of organizational and operational decisions for development of program.4
As a global affiliate member of the Consumer Electronics Afflation (CEA), Action To Action (ATA), has announced that it plans to bring the latest technological innovations that were unveiled at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) to the Middle East, Africa & Turkey.