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emotionally moving

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exciting a deep, usually somber response

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arousing affect

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By recognizing the factors that aid high academic achievement in the homes of students, educators will have a better understanding of what children from low-SES situations are truly lacking in their homes that are affecting their academic achievement.
There are many aspects of the environment that can affect our eating and physical activity patterns including how we build our communities [built environment], how we market food and physical activity or inactivity (commercial environment), our policies affecting food and physical activity (policy environment), and our social and cultural values (social-cultural environment).
Consequently, these rankings lead to simplistic and/or incomplete analyses that often create misleading perceptions adversely affecting cities and counties, along with their residents.
Company spokespeople from several of Northern Ontario's major wood industry employers cite three factors that are affecting their ability to do business.
Through more open communication, couples can learn to become more at ease with discussing issues of how stuttering is affecting their daily living activities.
The second proposal by the administration affecting REITs would require that no person can own stock of a REIT possessing more than 50 percent of the total combined voting power of all classes of its voting stock or more than 50 percent of the total value of shares of all classes of its stock.
While no comparable gene has been found in humans or other animals, the scientists said it could be present, affecting any complicated behavior, not just sexuality.