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Synonyms for affect

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Synonyms for affect

to evoke a usually strong mental or emotional response from

to take on or give a false appearance of

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Synonyms for affect

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The island of Juan Fernandez, 360 miles to the N.E., was, at the time of the great shock of the 20th, violently shaken, so that the trees beat against each other, and a volcano burst forth under water close to the shore: these facts are remarkable because this island, during the earthquake of 1751, was then also affected more violently than other places at an equal distance from Concepcion, and this seems to show some subterranean connection between these two points.
340 miles southward of Concepcion, appears to have been shaken more strongly than the intermediate district of Valdivia, where the volcano of Villarica was noways affected, whilst in the Cordillera in front of Chiloe, two of the volcanos burst-forth at the same instant in violent action.
This rending and injection would, if repeated often enough (and we know that earthquakes repeatedly affect the same areas in the same manner), form a chain of hills; -- and the linear island of S.
'sports' are extremely rare under nature, but far from rare under cultivation; and in this case we see that the treatment of the parent has affected a bud or offset, and not the ovules or pollen.
'sports' support my view, that variability may be largely attributed to the ovules or pollen, or to both, having been affected by the treatment of the parent prior to the act of conception.
When all or nearly all the individuals exposed to certain conditions are affected in the same way, the change at first appears to be directly due to such conditions; but in some cases it can be shown that quite opposite conditions produce similar changes of structure.
From the facts collected by Heusinger, it appears that white sheep and pigs are differently affected from coloured individuals by certain vegetable poisons.
I have at times wondered how: a woman having an abortion affects me; a man being gay affects me; a woman being a lesbian affects me; a transgender affects me; a cross-dresser affects me; a person being black affects me; a person being brown affects me; a person being white affects me; a Native American affects me; a Muslim affects me; a Jew affects me.
How to Do Things with Affects: Affective Triggers in Aesthetic Forms and Cultural Practices
HIV Aids is one of the biggest disease that affects the people of the world and in every country, doctors and experts are struggling to find a cure for this horrifying disease.
Synopsis: Americans say the president, regardless of whom it might be, affects not only their confidence in the U.S., but also many aspects of their personal lives.
"Specific cities and municipalities affected by the power interruptions are determined by concerned Distribution Utilities, unless the outage affects the entire franchise area," it said.
The book is divided into five core thematic chunks (each chunk represents a chapter): impingements, aesthetics and everyday, incorporeal and inorganic, managing affects, and after affect.
The validity of FFM personality dimensions and maladaptive traits to predict negative affects at work: A six month prospective study in a military sample.
There has been a tremendous amount of research done that shows that a child's socioeconomic status (SES) affects his/her overall cognitive ability and academic achievement (Bradley & Corwyn, 2002; Bracey, 1996; Ram and Hou, 2003; Duncan, Yeung, Brooks-Gunn, & Smith, 1998).