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adjective as in performing

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The FDA then revoked its authorization after hydroxychloroquine was shown not to combat the virus and was linked to harmful side effects.

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Advertising has been around for a long time and researchers have been interested in studying the effects of advertising for a long time.

Heart failure can lead to kidney or liver damage or worsening effects in the heart.

Then, you can dial in the strength of the effect with the slider and position the light source by tapping anywhere on the image.

All vaccines have some small rate of negative outcomes, and when given to an entire population these effects can become problematic.

This is particularly true when such cops are focused on effecting an arrest.

“AIDS is effecting the world, so I wanted to heighten the awareness that we are all in the same boat,” Mooney said.

The disorder is rare, effecting approximately 32 out of every 100,000 people over age 60.

America has no serious options for effecting gradual reform in the kingdom.

But the overwhelming majority of the time the strategy worked, not just from one game to another but in effecting lasting change.

We however succeeded in effecting our arrival at Sydney by the 25th, after an absence of 344 days.

This, as experience has shown, is a simpler way of effecting a policy of insurance.

They are to spare neither money nor horses in picking up his trail and effecting his capture.

You may be assured of receiving immediate notice of my effecting my landing on the Continent.

The loss of the British army was very serious in effecting such important achievements.


On this page you'll find 163 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to effecting, such as: effective, efficacious, accomplishing, achieving, adequate, and binding.

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