- v. be in a state of action
“Years ago, I used to be active in the Journalists’ Union, which has been swallowed up by the new union, and I needed to talk to people who were involved in the equality struggles of the seventies and eighties.”
“Eliabs in their eyes, they must do it; -- the Scots shall certainly effect it; -- the king shall be taken from his evil counsel, he shall be active in it.”
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