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CRITO: Clearly, affecting the body; that is what is destroyed by the evil.
Nature's Law prescribes two antagonistic decrees affecting Circular propagation; first, that as the race climbs higher in the scale of development, so development shall proceed at an accelerated pace; second, that in the same proportion, the race shall become less fertile.
Undeceive yourself again; either I am greatly mistaken, or she has provided against the catastrophe which threatens you, and, which will pass over without affecting her.
For sweetness has the power of affecting the sense of taste; heat, that of touch; and so it is with the rest of these qualities.
I TAKE goodness in this sense, the affecting of the weal of men, which is that the Grecians call philanthropia; and the word humanity (as it is used) is a little too light to express it.
This condition is never observed by the universal historians, and so to explain the resultant forces they are obliged to admit, in addition to the insufficient components, another unexplained force affecting the resultant action.
The first movement seems to be an immediate consequence of the earthquake affecting differently a fluid and a solid, so that their respective levels are slightly deranged: but the second case is a far more important phenomenon.
Such a scene as this could not fail of affecting the heart of Mr Allworthy.
And then, in her sweet simple way, George's mother made commentaries to the boy upon this affecting story.
I know few things more affecting than that timorous debasement and self-humiliation of a woman.
Cultural orientations were found affecting communication patterns.