vestibule, entryway, antechamber; see hall 2, room 2.
procure, sway, persuade, change, alter, advance, solicit votes, exercise influence, further, induce, bring pressure to bear, put pressure on, jawbone, press, pressure, affect, modify, promote, request, urge, carry by solicitation, pull strings, pull wires*, wirepull*, politick*; see also influence.
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