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affect -- verb as in: the rule affects you
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Anna Karenina
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  • The first onslaught of jealousy, once lived through, could never come back again, and even the discovery of infidelities could never now affect her as it had the first time.
  • Levin felt so resolute and serene that no answer, he fancied, could affect him.
  • But at first, when he did not yet feel secure in his position, he knew it would affect too many interests, and would be injudicious.
  • She was religious, had never doubted the truths of religion, but his external unbelief did not affect her in the least.
  • Anna had not anticipated that the absolutely unchanged hall of the house where she had lived for nine years would so greatly affect her.
  • This did not affect Sergey Ivanovitch in the slightest.
  • Chapter 31 As intensely as Anna had longed to see her son, and long as she had been thinking of it and preparing herself for it, she had not in the least expected that seeing him would affect her so deeply.
  • But in her expression of restrained excitement, and of a sort of reserve, he could find nothing but the beauty that always bewitched him afresh though he was used to it, the consciousness of it, and the desire that it should affect him.
  • And only then for the first time the whole thing presented itself in a new, different aspect; only then she realized that the question did not affect her only— with whom she would be happy, and whom she loved—but that she would have that moment to wound a man whom she liked.
  • "No," she said, irritated by his so obviously showing by this change of subject that he was irritated, "why did you suppose that this news would affect me so, that you must even try to hide it?

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  • The new rule will affect you.
  • How do physics laws affect ride design?
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