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affected

(ə-fĕk′tĭd)
adj.
Infected or attacked, as by disease.
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degrees of "affectedness" by certain political issues.
It is simply a mode of my bodily affectedness that represents that actual ur-phenomenon in its spatial structure.
Like Resende, who makes Berowne say "sans" twice (unlike Shakespeare, who could have but did not), Viegas-Faria gives Berowne three "sem," the last interrupted, stressing his affectedness by means of excessive rhetoric instead of foreignness.
Secondly (step (4)), all links [l.sub.w] whose affectedness [a.sub.s] ([l.sub.w]) greater than or equal to a threshold of [c.sub.2] are removed from L .
It can be argued that prototypical transitivity is relevant here, since the choice between coding the recipient like the patient of a core transitive verb or like a peripheral participant correlates with a greater or lesser degree of affectedness, but the mere contrast between essential and non-essential participants cannot explain the contrast.
Based on the principle of affectedness (Hilson, 2006), all IAs affected by the outcomes of a decision should be involved in the decision-making process.
Updated charts accounted for the number of patients in each of four categories of affectedness, then detailing patient improvement per category on subsequent visits from company representatives.
Observation of pair comparisons of the indexes of electronic banking in the real time gross settlement system (SATNA) than to the previous situation shows the extent of affectedness of this system on the related indexes than the preceding condition.
Whilst unobservable directly, ontological phenomena such as Befindlichkeit (or 'affectedness'; Dreyfus, 1991) (2), can be informed by a structural analysis of the often taken for granted and observable everyday manifestations of ontic phenomena, such as Stimmung (Heidegger, 1927a).
...' turning her face to the wall with an affectedness that astonished me ...