use persuasions in a sentence.
Yet for a gang so caught up in persuasions and reversals, the dynamic seldom shifts from the same high, arid plain.
“Trip to AsiaâThe Quest for Harmony”: A must-see for music lovers of all persuasions is Thomas Grubeâs documentary of the mighty Berlin Philharmonic Orchestraâs symphonic trek through Asia.
What he hit on with this is a worry that affects urbanists of all persuasions, which is about the neo-Jeffersonian attack on cities from "greens" who often seem to want cities to go away, or to become unlike cities, even as current research has shown that dense cities use energy and other resources quite efficiently.
Many of the short little commentaries are infected by the lazy trick of pundits of all persuasions, which is to pluck a tidbit of outrage from a news item—a welfare queen who cheats the system, the federal agency that spent $64,000 on remodeled washrooms—and use it as a basis for policymaking or as a whipping boy for the idiocy of government.
Of course a few percent will likely be of all political persuasions, that is a truism, so logically correct as to not need to be stated in the company of people of normal intelligence .... question is, why make an argument about something not arguable?