bear upon


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bear upon

verb advocate, affect, apply, apply to, cause, coax, concern, connect, have to do with, influence, interest, involve, pertain, pertain to, press, pressure, recommend, refer, regard, relate, relate to, respect, rest on, tie in with, touch, urge
Associated concepts: to bear upon a witness' credibility, to bear upon guilt or innocence, to bear upon the evidence, to bear upon the outcome of a case
See also: affect, apply, based on, influence, pertain, prejudice, refer, relate
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