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Meanings and phrases
- a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; consequence; outcome; result; event; issue; upshot
- an outward appearance; impression
- an impression (especially one that is artificial or contrived)
- the central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work; essence; burden; core; gist
- (of a law) having legal validity; force
- a symptom caused by an illness or a drug
- produce; effectuate; set up
- act so as to bring into existence
- (physics) an effect whereby a body moving in a rotating frame of reference experiences the Coriolis force acting perpendicular to the direction of motion and to the axis of rotation; on Earth the Coriolis effect deflects moving bodies to the right in the northern hemisphere and to the left in the southern hemisphere
- change in the apparent frequency of a wave as observer and source move toward or away from each other; Doppler shift
- the phenomenon in which light is scattered by very small particles in its path; it makes a beam of light visible; the scattered light is mainly blue
- the phenomenon of a popular trend attracting even greater popularity
- the phenomenon whereby a small change at one place in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere, e.g., a butterfly flapping its wings in Rio de Janeiro might change the weather in Chicago
- (politics) the consequence of one popular candidate in an election drawing votes for other members of the same political party
- the consequence of one event setting off a chain of similar events (like a falling domino causing a whole row of upended dominos to fall)
- The domino effect is exploited in Rube Goldberg machines.
- People began to stumble over the bodies of those who were crushed in a domino effect.
- This police response reform had a domino effect for police departments across the country.
- warming that results when solar radiation is trapped by the atmosphere; caused by atmospheric gases that allow sunshine to pass through but absorb heat that is radiated back from the warmed surface of the earth; greenhouse warming
- The greenhouse effect can be illustrated with an idealized planet.
- However, a greenhouse is not primarily warmed by the "greenhouse effect".
- Titan is a body with both a greenhouse effect and an anti-greenhouse effect.
- apparent increase in aerodynamic lift experienced by an aircraft flying close to the ground
- It uses the ground effect.
- The technical regulations will allow for the reintroduction of ground effect.
- The company also builds ground effect vehicles, airboats and propellor-driven snowmobiles.
- exerting force or influence; effective; good; in force
- in actuality or reality or fact; effectively
- a secondary or incidental effect
- (psychology) the principle that behaviors are selected by their consequences; behavior having good consequences tends to be repeated whereas behavior that leads to bad consequences is not repeated
- electricity produced by mechanical pressure on certain crystals (notably quartz or Rochelle salt); alternatively, electrostatic stress produces a change in the linear dimensions of the crystal; piezoelectricity; piezoelectric effect
- electricity produced by mechanical pressure on certain crystals (notably quartz or Rochelle salt); alternatively, electrostatic stress produces a change in the linear dimensions of the crystal; piezoelectricity; piezo effect
- any effect that seems to be a consequence of administering a placebo; the change is usually beneficial and is assumed result from the person's faith in the treatment or preconceptions about what the experimental drug was supposed to do; pharmacologists were the first to talk about placebo effects but now the idea has been generalized to many situations having nothing to do with drugs
- Other sources attribute the benefit to a simple placebo effect.
- Largely the use of fossils as medicine is a matter of placebo effect.
- A 1955 study suggested that a substantial part of a medicine's impact was due to the placebo effect.
- (genetics) the effect on the expression of a gene that is produced by changing its location in a chromosome
- a secondary and usually adverse effect of a drug or therapy
- any adverse and unwanted secondary effect; fallout
- Thrombocytopenia is a rare but known side effect.
- It also can be a side effect of many medications.
- side effect of medicine or symptom of liver problems.
- the tendency of high-frequency alternating current to distribute near the surface of a conductor
- an effect that imitates a sound called for in the script of a play
- There is also no shouting sound effect when ninjutsu are activated.
- These reverse recorded words were only used because of the sound effect.
- The resulting sound effect was 'SIZZZA - FITZZ' or something like that."
- an effect used to produce scenes that cannot be achieved by normal techniques (especially on film)
- The night's best special effect was Pink herself.
- He also did some special effect work, normally for action sequences.
- They thought that the blood spilling from Hoevels's neck was some sort of special effect.
- a special effect created on the stage
- go into effect or become effective or operative
- The new regulations were to take effect the next day.
- The new minimum wage will take effect from January 1.
- The changes are scheduled to take effect on 1 April 2022.
- This legislation came into effect in January 1958.
- The changes came into effect on 16 November 2018.
- The renaming came into effect on 1 January 2011.
- It took effect beginning in the school year 1965.
- Her appointment took effect on November 10, 2016.
- The new constitution took effect on 6 November 2009.
- Kirby's ruling has no effect on Frank's conviction.
- Vowel length has no effect and is thus unmarked.
- Surprisingly, efforts of the pope had no effect.
- This change went into effect on January 1, 1907.
- The measure went into effect on January 1, 2014.
- The legislation went into effect on January 1, 2014.
- The short dry season has little effect on the overall climate.
- They had, however, little effect on both Kazanowski and Władysław.
- Removal of such factor from the population will have little effect.
- It was revealed he had resigned with immediate effect.
- However, there was a more immediate effect.
- <br> Hart's letter had an immediate effect.
- There is no evidence of a negative effect of French invasion."
- Emigration too had a negative effect on the growth of cities in Quebec.
- It also has a negative effect on the accuracy of navigational instruments.
- The format has a significant effect on strategy.
- The institute had a significant effect on the town of Nevada, Missouri.
- However, subsequent studies showed no significant effect on the brains.
- So the copula has the same effect as "exists".
- Reducing the total FM transmit noise by half has the same effect.
- They have the same effect in law as a sworn statement or affidavit.
- Colonial rule had a profound effect on Southeast Asia.
- The misdialed phone calls had a profound effect on Katz.
- Their work had a profound effect on his artistic direction.
- It showed a positive effect in restless legs syndrome.
- Regarding environmental health, studies have found no or a positive effect.
- He has made a positive effect in the centre of defence, replacing former captain Steven Pressley.
- Frost uses personification to great effect throughout the poem.
- On “Mack the Knife,” he and Person trade phrases to great effect.
- He reappeared again in two matches in 1919, again to no great effect.
- This has an adverse effect on the genus "Bombus".
- One common adverse effect is an upset stomach.
- Its recommendations were only put into effect after the Stockade.
- As bishop he put into effect the reforming decrees of the Council of Trent.
- On November 28, 1966 a constitution was created, signed, and put into effect.
- Trade winds have a significant effect upon the climate of Central America.
- This proposal took effect upon the conclusion of the 1959 general election.
- The particles produce a scattering effect upon the component parts of white light.
- Burgundians, Sciri and Franks) for dramatic effect.
- But Édouard Manet used blacks for their strength and dramatic effect.
- What befalls his parents on the cotton field was added for dramatic effect...
- The idiom is about confusing cause and effect.
- Hume elaborates more on this last principle of cause and effect.
- Humans understand cause and effect.
- To come into effect, it must be ratified by the new parliament.
- The new plates are expected to come into effect in September 2018.
- The manganese has a similar effect as nickel, i.e.
- A similar effect happens with image formats.
- Sculptured's "NHL Stanley Cup" featured a similar effect.
- He retired in 1964, taking effect in 1965.
- He held the seat until his defeat in 1937, taking effect in 1938.
- He held the seat until his retirement in 1970, taking effect in 1971.
- However, Arnold found it to have the opposite effect.
- Reversing the voltage has the opposite effect.
- An opposite effect could be created with a dark overcoat.
- The overall effect was one of airiness and a neoclassical appearance.
- The overall effect has also been described as lilac, dark taupe, and even green.
- The overall effect of this regulation has a marked impact on the hydrograph of the River Dee.
- This was just a warning shot, which had the desired effect.
- This had the desired effect of forcing Essex to move to intercept them.
- This had the desired effect.
- The health of our oceans has a direct effect on the health humans.
- However, a better experiment is to compute the natural direct effect.
- Time-consuming nit removal, therefore, has no direct effect on transmission.
- There is the beauty and beast effect when taking this pathway.
- There is also no shouting sound effect when ninjutsu are activated.
- The dried leaves and flowers have a mild calming effect when smoked.
- These changes remained in effect until 8 December.
- This measure remained in effect until the service frequency had sufficiently increased.
- This order was strengthened in 1977 and remained in effect until 2003, when it was rescinded.
- The Danish raids had a devastating effect on learning in England.
- The hind legs can also be used to kill or maim with devastating effect.
- The defeat by the despised Indians had a devastating effect on white morale.
- A cooling period featuring seasonal rains was still in effect.
- This arrangement is still in effect.
- Legislation first introduced by the British is still in effect in modified form today.
- Therefore, the net effect is the interplay of direct and reflex actions.
- The net effect was to swap the numbers between roads on opposing ends of the state.
- The net effect of all of this is "the reversal of [the Lion's] status as the King of the Jungle."
- Order actions take an entire turn and usually have a more full effect.
- The changes appeared to have gone into full effect on October 18, 2007.
- The smoking ban had been passed in 2015 and was meant to go into full effect in May 2018.
- A psychologist discusses the detrimental effect of an absentee father on his children.
- The excessive weight and the soft suspension had a detrimental effect on handling and on cornering ability.
- Because abiotic stress is widely considered a detrimental effect, the research on this branch of the issue is extensive.
- Using his pace to good effect, while continuing to provide goals with his accurate diagonal balls.
- He employed rough blots and smudges to good effect, but used meticulous brushstrokes when required.
- In the 2007 season, Christensen's offense used this scheme to good effect by scoring a school record 558 points.
- They had a lasting effect on the trajectory of his life and thought.
- Ehlen distinguished himself with lasting effect in this young movement.
- The student's struggle had also a lasting effect on Greek anarchism and terrorism.
- The United States followed with its own prohibition, to go into effect in 1808.
- To go into effect, it would have to be approved by the New York State Legislature.
- These new regulations go into effect 15 months after publication in the Federal Register.
- The opening sequence has an intentionally distorted visual effect.
- The only visual effect is the huge field where she is seen walking.
- Spinners and spinsocks can be attached to the flying line for visual effect.
- Surzhyk is often also used for comic effect in the arts.
- Roy Estrada provided falsetto vocals to create a comic effect to the song.
- Acme siren The Acme siren is a musical instrument used in concert bands for comic effect.
- The jury's verdict is being set aside and has no legal effect."
- An affirmation, however, has exactly the same legal effect as an oath.
- The Treaty of Lisbon was signed in 2007 and came into legal effect on 1 December 2009.
- Kaiser learned that poverty has a major effect on life expectancy.
- 21 never had a major effect on the combat box formations of Fortresses.
- This had a major effect on the local economy: many downtown shops closed.
- One aspect of such a duty is the obligation on authorities in some cases to give effect to procedural legitimate expectations.
- In some courts, violations of the stay are treated as void "ab initio" as a matter of law, although the court may annul the stay to give effect to otherwise void acts.
- Unlike the robber, the merchant has a beneficial effect.
- Beaver ponds have been shown to have a beneficial effect on trout and salmon populations.
- Imipramine had a beneficial effect in patients with depression who showed mental and motor retardation.
- Under heavy U.S. pressure, Spain rescinded this welcome, but the change had little practical effect.
- This difference is tiny, and the consensus at the time would have been that it should have no practical effect.
- It has also been in a supranational union with Russia since 2 April 1996, although this has had little practical effect.
- The cumulative effect is lower property values for homeowners.
- "The cumulative effect isn't pretty.
- Solvent radiolysis due to the cumulative effect of astatine decay is a related problem.
- I simply combined them for greater effect."
- These particles can be combined with the vocative particles for greater effect, e.g.
- In turn, the lead oscillator is used to greater effect, reflecting this newfound intensity."
- To chilling effect, they are colorless.
- Such abuse has had a chilling effect and disrupted the online participation of these communities.
- Many of the injured were reported to have suffered from frostbite caused by the chilling effect of the gas.
- 1301 takes effect on January 1, 2015.
- Ahead of any national election a period of prohibition takes effect.
- No filing or legal fees is required for Amparo which takes effect on October 24.
- The amendment took effect during the 2005 elections.
- The plan went into effect during the 2007-2008 academic year.
- A common side effect during IV administration is reflex bradycardia.
- The key to this dramatic performance, validated in peer-reviewed professional papers, is the combined effect of vacuum and gravity.
- The combined effect of the case fan and the floppy motor resulted in an extremely noisy computer compared to the nearly silent Model I/III.
- Hence on experimental time scales and temperatures above the first (stage I) recombination temperature, what one sees is the combined effect of stage A and B.
- A therapeutic effect occurs after two to four weeks or longer.
- formula_4 The related piezoelectric effect occurs only in a particular class of dielectrics.
- A runaway greenhouse effect occurs if positive feedbacks lead to the evaporation of all greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
- Act 1 included 10 exceptions, including: increasing pension costs, increases in special education costs, a catastrophe like a fire or flood, increase in health insurance costs for contracts in effect in 2006 or dwindling tax bases.
- For MDD, the authors note that the pooled effect size was very low.
- One type of effect size estimator was named after Glass by Larry V. Hedges.
- Deficits in effortful control also showed a very modest effect size in the male direction.
- Cooking dairy products may reduce a protective effect against colon cancer.
- It is believed that estrogens have a protective effect against the symptoms of schizophrenia.
- It may confer a modest protective effect against some diseases, including Parkinson's disease.
- Banning had the effect of making "the dance craze" even greater.
- This had the effect of making breaches of airport bylaws punishable under criminal law.
- This immunity from arrest and punishment has had the effect of making Ballade think he was above the ordinary process of law.
- Reforestation in tropical areas has a cooling effect.
- A dissipation device is attached to the hot side to maintain cooling effect on the cold side.
- Other human effects are relevant—for example, sulphate aerosols are believed to have a cooling effect.
- The mountains have a large effect on the temperatures of nearby areas.
- The Aegean dispute has had a large effect on Greek-Turkish relations since the 1970s.
- However, extensive screening have failed to identify many single gene variants of large effect.
- In those studies showing a protective effect, the data are inconsistent.
- Cooking dairy products may reduce a protective effect against colon cancer.
- The protective effect which is imparted by IPC has two windows of protection.
- In 1887, Heinrich Hertz discovered the photoelectric effect.
- The radiated photon gives energy deposition by photoelectric effect, and the signal is detected as ionization.
- But he does suggest that this idea would explain certain experimental results, notably the photoelectric effect.
- The armistice and boundary remain in effect today.
- Fines for these offenses remain in effect.
- Many laws and decrees from before independence remain in effect.
- [[One-liner joke]]s and satire are also used to comedic effect in literature.
- Its scenes contrast the life of the upper and lower classes to comedic effect.
- Howard Stern uses it for comedic effect when discussing aspects of Jewish life.
- It has strong antioxidant properties, and a nonspecific inhibitory effect on cytochrome P450 enzymes..
- The inhibitory effect of the available GABA is potentiated, leading to sedative and anxiolytic effects.
- However, BACE1 expression can be activated by phosphorylation of eIF2a, which reverses the inhibitory effect exerted by BACE1 5′UTR.