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affect -- verb as in: the rule affects you
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Emma
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  • The aunt was a capricious woman, and governed her husband entirely; but it was not in Mr. Weston's nature to imagine that any caprice could be strong enough to affect one so dear, and, as he believed, so deservedly dear.
  • — And her situation is so calculated to affect one!
  • Maple Grove will probably be my model more than it ought to be—for we do not at all affect to equal my brother, Mr. Suckling, in income.
  • Harriet, I will not affect to be in doubt of your meaning.
  • How it would affect Frank was among the earliest thoughts of both.

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  • The new rule will affect you.
  • How do physics laws affect ride design?
    Annenberg Learner  --  Amusement Park Physics - Rollercoaster Pages

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