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Arguably more affecting, strangers have been equated with danger during the pandemic.Your Pandemic Habits May Fade Away—But the Strength and Wisdom You Gained Won’t|Jamie Ducharme|June 11, 2021|Time
Geisbert was also quick to mention how the methodology of the study could be affecting the current results.
President Ronald Reagan took similar action, affecting about 100,000 families.
Neither, too, was as chilling, as affecting, or, at times, as much of a slog.'Mockingjay—Part 1’ Is the Most Violent ‘Hunger Games’ Yet|Kevin Fallon|November 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In one particularly affecting monologue, AJ discusses his frustration and troubles upon returning to the US.War Is About More Than Heroes, Martyrs, and Patriots|Nathan Bradley Bethea|November 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When asked about how his announcement from last November was affecting the race, Michaud seemed momentarily at a loss.
It is, however, a most serious matter as affecting the character and pecuniary value of these mines.Asbestos|Robert H. Jones
The combination pedals affecting the Great stop-knobs moved also the Pedal stop-knobs belonging to the proper group.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building|George Laing Miller
"Mr. Bills wants to know if he can come in now," came as an interruption to the scene, which was getting rather affecting.The Cromptons|Mary J. Holmes
There is something exceedingly affecting in the vague and shadowy prayer which she offered on this occasion.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
I suppose the fact that we are going off this afternoon—the joy of returning to our old gay life is—is affecting us?First Plays|A. A. Milne