Empower [verb]

Definition of Empower:

authorize, enable

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Schneider Electric’s purpose is to empower everyone to make the most of their energy and resources, bridging progress and sustainability for all.

Platforms should be empowered and encouraged to do the same.

The responsibility lies with all of us to empower this community to unleash their entrepreneurial growth mindset and ensure more people have the opportunity to create a sustainable future for all.

The legislation will “empower survivors to speak out — if they so wish — so they can hold perpetrators accountable and hopefully prevent abusers from continuing to torment and abuse other workers,” Leyva said in a news release Monday.

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It is widely expected that the owners will put the 17-game season into effect this fall as the CBA empowers them to do.

While the Fairness Doctrine’s overall effectiveness and enforceability are debatable, it encouraged sensitivity toward programming biases and empowered local communities to hold broadcasters accountable.

Left-wing activists are pressuring the newly empowered Democrats to remember the voters who put them there, while civil rights groups are on guard against further attacks on voting.

She also wants to help people face their fear of death, and come out the other side feeling more, not less, empowered.

With Domantas Sabonis empowered to run the offense, Turner has focused his energy on protecting the rim and controlling the paint on defense.