What's the difference between affectingly and poignantly?
(adv.) In an affecting manner; is a manner to excite emotions.
(1) The urinary excretion of PGF2 alpha was not affected by atenolol.
(2) Age difference did not affect the mean dose-effect response.
(3) Thirteen patients with bipolar affective illness who had received lithium therapy for 1-5 years were tested retrospectively for evidence of cortical dysfunction.
(4) alpha 1-Adrenergic agonists, phenylephrine and norfenefrine, did not affect the synthesis.
(5) Coronary arteritis has to be considered as a possible etiology of ischemic symptoms also in subjects who appear affected by typical atherosclerotic ischemic heart disease.
(6) A progressively more precise approach to identifying affected individuals involves measuring body weight and height, then energy intake (or expenditure) and finally the basal metabolic rate (BMR).
(7) Serum samples from 23 families, including a total of 48 affected children, were tested for a set of "classical markers."
(8) This article describes a number of syndromes affecting the nail unit.
(9) We conclude that the SHBG concentration strongly affects this estimation.
(10) When perfusion of the affected lung was less than one-third of the total the tumour was found to be unresectable.
(11) We postulate that FAA may affect the human peripheral and mucosal immune system.
(12) These results suggest that the pelvic floor is affected by progressive denervation but descent during straining tends to decrease with advancing age.
(13) The statistical T value calculated for the LP-TAE group showed that the administration of LP, the tumor size, intrahepatic metastasis, portal vein infiltration, and serum total bilirubin and alpha-fetoprotein levels significantly (P < 0.01) affected the patients' survival.
(14) "We have a good reputation, so this won't affect us at all.
(15) Extensive studies during recent years have shown that the interaction between hormone and membrane-bound receptor can affect the receptor characteristics in at least two ways.
(16) The correlates of three characteristics of familial networks (i.e., residential proximity, family affection, and family contact) were examined among a national sample of older Black Americans.
(17) It was concluded that the significant factors affecting outcome are tumor cell type and presence or absence or mitoses.
(18) The specific activities of extracts from cells grown under phototrophic and aerobic conditions were similar and not affected by the concentration of iron in the growth media.
(19) Periodontal diseases are a collection of disorders that may affect patients throughout life.
(20) The pH gradient measured with dimethyloxazolidine-2,4-dione and acetylsalicylic acid was very small in both bacteria at a high pH above 8, and was not affected significantly by the addition of CCCP.
(adv.) In a poignant manner.
(1) Totò was a legend in the Vesuvian city – a comedian of genius; poignant, mysterious.
(2) Fleeting though it may have been (he jetted off to New York this morning and is due in Toronto on Saturday), there was a poignant reason for his appearance: he was here to play a tribute set to Frankie Knuckles, the Godfather of house and one of Morales's closest friends, who died suddenly in March.
(3) One of the most poignant exchanges came when Tony was asked by @ juliangratton to sum up the last seven years of his life.
(4) The exercise yard is adorned with poignant children's paintings in response to school trips here.
(5) This double bind may be particularly poignant for grandparents in single mother families.
(6) This addition was particularly poignant as Andrew Jackson’s legacy includes the decision to sign the Indian Removal Act of 1830 , which gave the federal government power to expel Native American tribes from their land.
(7) This poignant letter, addressing Recep Tayyip Erdogan and written by one of the protesters in Istanbul's historic Taksim Square , was widely circulated on Turkey's social media.
(8) Treasure Island gives us an intense sense of place, and a poignant coming-of-age story full of moral ambiguity.
(9) Their songs ranged from the almost unbearably poignant ("Hand in Glove") to the frankly vulnerable ("How Soon is Now").
(10) The image of the France midfielder walking, head bowed, past the World Cup trophy is one of the more poignant in football history.
(11) The second series of BBC1’s hit drama Happy Valley ended on Tuesday night , bowing out in a wondrous blaze of confrontation, perceptive resolution and poignant revelation.
(12) Ed Miliband said: "This is a tragic and poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by our armed forces in serving our country with bravery and distinction."
(13) But the American author, already the recipient of the Man Booker International prize, the Pulitzer and the National Book award , said it was "particularly poignant for me to have gotten news of the award only a few weeks after the death of Carlos Fuentes, who received the award in 1994".
(14) A picture sits on each one of the chairs, decorated by poignant letters, orange flowers and gifts.
(15) Or perhaps we could focus on the relationship of Leia and Solo, now married, and there could be a heart-rendingly poignant study of their elderly existence together, rather like Michael Haneke's Amour , but set in space.
(16) Dern, all windblown white hair and stubble, is often entirely silent and withdrawn, and all the more compelling and poignant for that.
(17) On the basis of this limited but poignant experience, we propose an outline of steps in management to help others avoid similar problems.
(18) Yet the narratives in Benefits Street have a human and poignant quality, often presenting decent and compassionate people disenfranchised by an unfair society.
(19) Sandy Nairne, director of the NPG, said: "The Van Dyck self-portrait is a poignant portrait of great significance.
(20) It was poignant, afterwards, to hear Martínez try to put the human element into some perspective.