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- n. Plural form of effect.
- n. belongings
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of effect.
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- n. property of a personal character that is portable but not used in business
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III. i.24 (64,7) [strange effects] For _effects_ read _affects_; that is,
In the first place, as every cause to which we can ascend is only an effect, it follows that it is the scope, that is, the aim, of philosophy to trace up the series of effects and causes until we arrive at _causes which are not in themselves effects_, " -- that is, to ultimate and final causes.
If it's iLife my apologies, the title effects look very similar!
In the last few years, I've taken to using specialized panoramic cameras, including the Roundshot and a Hasselblad XPan, though I still use the tiling/Photoshop method, which for certain effects, is unbeatable.
While chocolate may give your mood a small boost, its short term effects emphasize why it is important to find other ways to calm and soothe yourself without sweets.
But the short term effects show little evidence of carrying over to long term success in the nomination chase.
Without considering long term effects is what's wrong with government getting involved in the private sector.
It might not even be good news for the US, from a long-term perspective. disagrees, although he sees similar short term effects.
There could be some short term effects, but Financial markets are much more focused on sovereign dynamics in Europe and even growth worries in Asia than the specifics of operation twist.
For their title effects and other effects like blasting and all, they prefer "Adobe After Effect" software.