financially and politically

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  • In many cases, the least financially and politically empowered find themselves the most affected by environmental issues.
  • Then as regards Russia, have you ever considered that Russia financially and politically is more than half German? Cited from The Great Prince Shan, by E. (Edward) Phillips Oppenheim
  • They became financially and politically influential during the 19th century.
  • It is financially and politically independent and is governed by a board of trustees who meet four times a year.
  • These attributes helped their position both financially and politically.
  • She called on the Japanese government to support Uyghurs financially and politically.
  • The slave owners were pretty well organized once, both financially and politically, but now the corporations are much better organized than the slave owners were. Cited from Children of the Market Place, by Edgar Lee Masters
  • Nelson was eventually exiled during the late 1920s and early 1930s, but he continued to assist the organization financially and politically.
  • The aristocracy not only tolerated this sort of clientship, but worked it financially and politically for their own advantage. Cited from The History of Rome (Volumes 1-5), by Theodor Mommsen
  • I'm not going to ruin myself financially and politically by keeping up a losing struggle with these neighbors of mine, and fight the government at Washington besides. Cited from Under the Prophet in Utah, by Cannon and O'Higgins
  • Its goal was to facilitate the Armenian Diaspora in providing aid in their native land, both financially and politically due to their oppressed condition.
  • Cultural conflict emerged between the Russian-speaking Jews supported by the Russian Empire, financially and politically, and the Poles.
  • In co-ordinate federalism the Commonwealth and the States were both financially and politically independent within their own spheres of responsibility.
  • After a bitter primary, Dole had secured the Republican nomination -- but at high cost, financially and politically.
  • A big part of the home's continued success was due to Susan Lawrence Dana, who continued her mother's support of the home both financially and politically.
  • For other reasons, however, EES became embattled financially and politically as a result of cuts in federal and state spending as well as cuts to the space program.
  • I believe in keeping things snug, spiritually, physically, socially, financially and politically snug. Cited from The Children's Portion, ed. by Robert W. Shoppell
  • The Democrats alleged the scalawags to be financially and politically corrupt, and willing to support bad government because they profited personally.
  • He is credited with stabilizing the museum both financially and politically, improving attendance and successfully undertaking several expansions and renovations.
  • In consideration of this divorce he had put Caesar Borgia, Pope Alexander's son, on his feet, financially and politically. Cited from When Knighthood Was in Flower, by Charles Major
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