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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of affy.


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  • "We're living in a time of catastrophic change," says Cheryl Woodruff, senior editor at Ballantine Books, which sells a line of affies in supermarkets.

    A Pocketful Of Miracles

  • "It's almost like a religious revival," crows Andy Ross, owner of Cody's Books in Berkeley, Calif., where affies are among the top sellers.

    A Pocketful Of Miracles

  • In 1986, Hazelden licensed Harper San Francisco to market its affies in mainstream bookstores.

    A Pocketful Of Miracles

  • Schaef's "Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much," with 275,000 copies in the year ended this June, has made bundles of money for Harper San Francisco, where affies now account for a third of profits.

    A Pocketful Of Miracles

  • Joy ride: Since then other major publishers like Ballantine and Bantam have jumped on the gravywagon with affies of their own.

    A Pocketful Of Miracles


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