Affinity

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List Of Magic: The Gathering Keywords - Keywords From Expert-Level Expansions (mechanics) - Affinity
... This ability is written Affinity for (quality) ... A card with affinity costs 1 generic mana less to cast for each permanent with that quality under the caster's control ... creature that costs 4 generic mana and has 'Affinity for artifacts', would be free if the player casting it controls four or more artifacts, whereas Thoughtcast, a sorcery ...
Cannabinoid Receptor Antagonist - Drug Design - Diarylpyrazole Derivatives
... It was observed that affinity increases with increased carbon chain length up to five carbons ... Also the amide analogs exhibited higher affinity than hydrazide analogs ... However, none of these analogs possessed significantly greater affinity than rimonabant but nevertheless, they were slightly more selective than rimonabant for the CB1 receptor over the CB2 receptor ...
Affinity - Various Other Meanings, Media, and Games
... Affinity (band), A Jazz/Rock band active in the late 60s and early 70s Affinity (Philippines band), a collective of Manila's premier jazz musicians Affinity (Fire Emblem), the numerous bonuses units ...
Scenella
... An affinity with the hydrozoa (as a flotation device) has been considered, although some authors oppose this hypothesis ... A gastropod affinity is defended on the basis of six pairs of internal muscle scars, whilst the serially-repeated nature of these scars suggests to other authors a ...
Affinity Marketing - References
... What is affinity marketing? http//www.affinitysolutions.co.uk/what_is_affinity_marketing.php 2 ... Affinity Marketing Case Studies, http//www.affinitysolutions.co.uk/blog/?cat=3 ...

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    This is of the loon—I do not mean its laugh, but its looning,—is a long-drawn call, as it were, sometimes singularly human to my ear,—hoo-hoo-ooooo, like the hallooing of a man on a very high key, having thrown his voice into his head. I have heard a sound exactly like it when breathing heavily through my own nostrils, half awake at ten at night, suggesting my affinity to the loon; as if its language were but a dialect of my own, after all.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)