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Data from states and counties that have so far required masks in public show that when these policies go into effect, cases and deaths decrease.

The “extended benefits,” known as “EB,” took effect May 31 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The effects of lifestyle change have even made it all the way down to our feet.

The relative recency of this marital trouble — and the adverse effects it had on Diana, whose bulimia figures prominently into “The Crown” — seems to make the season land with more force.

Best makes the argument on evolutionary grounds, and it’s notable that it’s the exact same takeaway I got from muscle physiologist Keith Baar when I wrote about the interference effect.

Social and cultural change, however desirable, should not be effected by the engines of national power.

The enemy effected and exploited a breach on the left flank, rendering the friendly positions untenable.

These two maladies that he makes fun of, millions of people, millions of people are effected by these diseases.

These are employees already being effected by furlough brought under the sequester.

And for all the faults of the league office, the sport has effected a revolution in how we find the sport.

“Reggie has spoken of you many times, monsieur,” said Fleurette, after the introduction had been effected.

He warmly espoused the interests of his country, and many important measures were effected by his eloquence.

We are literally correct in saying that a veritable revolution has already been effected—and the end is not yet.

Without the use of these actions most of the advances we are about to chronicle would not have been effected.

The plagued nation effected a revolution over its snuff-boxes in the happiest conceivable manner.


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