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Illustration:Liberty Leading the People (1831, detail) by Eugène Delacroix.
Detail of Sistine Chapel fresco Creation of the Sun and Moon by Michelangelo (completed 1512), , a well-known example of the depiction of God the Father in Western art.
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Detail of Sistine Chapel fresco Creation of the Sun and Moon by Michelangelo (completed 1512), , a well-known example of the depiction of God the Father in Western art.

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Power is control and influence over another entity and its actions.

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List of powers central to this site

  • Black power, a slogan which describes the aspiration of many Africans (whether they be in Africa or abroad) to national self-determination.
  • Sexual power, Lady Macbeth is an ambitious woman who rules her husband with her sexual power
  • Steam power, during the Industrial Revolution, steam power displaced water power and muscle power (which often came from horses) as the primary source of powe
  • The Power Plant, Frankie Knuckles moved to another new venture in 1983
  • The Will to Power

Power may refer to:

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Computing

  • IBM Power (software), an IBM systems software operating system enhancement package
  • IBM POWER, a RISC microprocessor architecture
  • POW-R, a set of commercial dithering and noise shaping algorithms
  • power, a utility program for the CP/M operating system

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