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An ambulance has to pass through a religious gathering and these few people clear up the crowd so that the ambulance can pass through easily. Faith in humanity restored.
3 Oct 2019
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Heath would often say: Talent begets Talent so when childhood friend and one of the Godfathers of Australasian Hip Hop - Nfamas of 1200 Techniques - decided to break out on his own as No Fixed Abode he didn't need to look much
30 Oct 2009
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It is the beginning of a new cycle. It is the ending of an old one. The cause--to a greater effect, has effected my cause. Moreover, I intend to effect your causes by causing an effect in your perception...I apologize in advance for all the "causes" and "effects," but this introductory statement must be made because it effects the cause I aim to move forward.
10 Dec 2008
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It is the beginning of a new cycle. It is the ending of an old one. The cause--to a greater effect, has effected my cause. Moreover, I intend to effect your causes by causing an effect in your perception...I apologize in advance for all the "causes" and "effects," but this introductory statement must be made because it effects the cause I aim to move forward.
10 Dec 2008
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*******www.moneyextra****/insurance/car-insurance-quotes.php Drivers in Cheshire are being targeted by thieves who are sawing off parts of their exhausts to sell for scrap This causes an effect to your car insurance your vehicle and the environment
7 May 2010
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Most of the time, you'll want affect as a verb meaning to influence something and effect for the something that was influenced. The difference between affect and effect is so slippery that people have started using "impact" as a verb instead. Don't be one of them! 2#.... Affect is a verb almost always used to mean "to act on (someone or something) and cause a change." Effect is almost always used as a noun to mean "a change that results when something is done or happens." In other words, when you affect something, you cause an effect. The following example sentences show these uses: The weather affected our travel plans. = The weather had an effect on our travel plans. [=the weather caused us to change our plans] Pollution in the air affects our health. = Pollution has negative health effects. Your weight is affected by your diet. = Your diet has an effect on your weight. The new teacher has a positive effect on the children. = The teacher affects the children in a positive way. One side effect of the new medicine is sleepiness. = The medicine affects your ability to stay awake. Staying up late has no effect on my ability to wake up early. = Staying up late does not affect my ability to wake up early. Sometimes, especially in formal writing, effect is used as a verb to mean "to cause something to happen". The following example sentences show this use: The manager had the power to effect change within the company. The directors hoped to effect a smooth transition by working together during the merger. The people urged the government to effect reform. Sometimes, especially in formal contexts, affect is used to mean "to pretend that a false behavior or feeling is natural or genuine." The following example sentences show this use: He always affects a look of surprise [=pretends to be surprised] when the children draw him pictures. She affected concern for her neighbors. [=she pretended to be concerned] They affected Italian accents [=they spoke with fake Itali
16 Feb 2018
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