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effects

noun assets, belongings, bona, chattel propprty, chattels, contents, estate, goods, holdings, legal essate, means, movable property, paraphernalia, personal property, personalty, possessions, property, res, resources, things, wealth, worldly substance
Associated concepts: household effects, personal effects, personal property, personalty
See also: assets, dower, estate, goods, merchandise, movable, paraphernalia, personalty, possessions, property, stock, store

EFFECTS. This word used simpliciter is equivalent to property or, worldly substance, and may carry the whole personal estate, when used in a will. 5 Madd. Ch. Rep. 72; Cowp. 299; 15 Ves. 507; 6 Madd. Ch. R. 119. But when it is preceded and connected with words of a narrower import, and the bequest is not residuary, it will be confined to species of property ejusdem generis with those previously described. 13 Ves. 39; 15 Ves. 826; Roper on Leg. 210.

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Started in 1993, the international Cochrane Collaboration's library of existing randomized and possibly randomized trials on the effects of health-care interventions contains 250,000 entries.
Editors will no longer need to wait lengthy periods for effects and transitions to render.