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The bill would prohibit insurers from selectively covering emergency services, effectively ending Anthem's new policy in Ohio.
Daniels, who made seven foul shots in the fourth quarter to effectively hold off a Long Reach (21-3) team that cut it’s once 15-point deficit down to four points midway through the final period, certainly didn’t have to do it all herself.
Miami outscored the Wizards 42-18 in the paint in the first half as the Heat attacked the basket consistently and effectively.
The North might define it as a long-term goal that would be achieved only after the U.S. withdraws troops from the South and effectively ends the U.S.-South Korean military alliance.
If approved by the federal government, this will effectively move Florida’s residents one time zone to the east, aligning cities from Jacksonville to Miami with Nova Scotia rather than New York and Washington, D.C.
But Jay’s signing effectively ended the competition.
Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, effectively ending the nonprofit's half-century run.
Less than 10 years later, ONAC’s funding was cut by the Reagan administration, effectively ending federal oversight and enforcement of environmental-noise violations.
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EFFECTIVELY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of effectively for English Language Learners
: in a way that produces a desired result : in an effective manner
: in an indirect way
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