TO AFFERE, English law. Signifies either "to affere an amercement," i. e. to mitigate the rigor of a fine; or "to affere an account," that is, to confirm it on oath in the exchequer.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Le staff technique s'est affere a retablir la situation, d'ou les resultats probants enregistres ces dernieres journees.
Dataset Attributes Name Ordering Iris 1 Sepal Length 2 Sepal Width 3 Petal Length 4 Petal Width Wine 1 Alcohol 2 Malic acid 3 Ash 4 Alcalinity of ash 5 Magnesium 6 Total phenols 7 Flavanoids 8 Nonflavanoid phenols 9 Proanthocyanins 10 Color intensity 11 Hue 12 OD280/OD315 of diluted wines 13 Proline Lymphography 1 Lymphatics: normal, arched, deformed, displaced 2 Block of affere: no, yes 3 Bl.
Hy noem Choppy 'n eienaardige "leepooggeslyptebeitel reun" en ontluister die hele affere met 'n sinspeling op kastrasie.
Fidium sonus tremulus, eandem affere auribus voluptatem, quam Lumen, Aquae aut Gemmae insiliens, Oculis .
Die lees van 'n biografie kan soms 'n moeisame affere wees, veral wanneer die hele leeftyd van 'n "sentrale karakter" gedek word.