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In this case, I suspect, there was co-operant a strongly marked childish characteristic, the love of producing an effect.
He shrank, as from some one who inflicted pain as a child, unwittingly, to see what the effect would be.
And so this is why the clever performer cannot reproduce the effect of a speech of Demosthenes or Daniel Webster.Expressive Voice Culture|Jessie Eldridge Southwick
The well-known "cock and bull" stories of small children are inspired by this love of strong effect.
She stabbed him, noting the effect upon him with a detached interest that seemed indifferent to his pain.
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Cultural definitions for photoelectric effect
The emission of electrons from a metal when light shines on it. The effect is widely used to convert a light signal into an electric current (see also current).