Effect [noun]

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Bells had no discernible effect, while cats fitted with Birdsbesafe collars brought home 42 percent fewer birds, but roughly the same number of mammals, which aligns with previous research.

The price adjustment for refinance transactions that went into effect in December is adding to the cost.

At the peak of the crisis in April, that’s when we found the greatest effect of social capital on the virus.

The AI Video Interview Act in Illinois, which went into effect in January 2020, requires companies to tell candidates when they use AI in video interviews.

Framing it like this is obviously and immediately political, of course, but we do so to present evidence that the polarization of the virus has itself potentially contributed to its effects.

The owners can put the 17-game season into effect at any point over the next few years, with an accompanying reduction in preseason games.

Both bills contained an emergency clause allowing them to go into effect as soon as Northam signs them.

The pandemic, national division and unrest has had a serious effect on these young people.

Residents of long-term care facilities were prioritized in the rollout of the vaccines because of the effect of the pandemic on that group.

The other thing that goes on there is every senior does what is in effect a mandatory thesis.