- n. alternative spelling of side effect.
“One odd side-effect of being rather unwell was that I seemed to lose the will, inspiration and ability to write.”
“There is a side-effect dating from the 18th century: A Senator cannot be impeached, because that would give the House a power over Senate membership.”
“And as a side-effect the incredibly well-remunerated (by US middle class standards) judges of the 6th district impose additional tax burdens on the citizens they are supposed to serve.”
“Arthur Kirkland says: tamerlane: And as a side-effect the incredibly well-remunerated (by US middle class standards) judges of the 6th district impose additional tax burdens on the citizens they are supposed to serve.”
“The amendment should say that the commerce clause means exactly what it says and no more, and that merely affecting interstate commerce as a side-effect of any activity does not give the federal government any power over that activity.”
“This is a (nice) side-effect, but it is not the motivating factor for why 20% down payments historically exist.”
“The drug's makers say it will be more convenient for patients and reduce side-effect risks.”
“Bell's Palsy is a common side-effect of untreated (or undertreated) LD.”
“No calorie counting, no hunger, no bad temper (an under-reported side-effect of Real Dieting).”
“This is also a side-effect of a fear of intimacy lingering below the surface and warning us not to be too vulnerable or too intimate.”
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