ill-affected


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ill-affected

adj
(often foll by towards) not well disposed; disaffected
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Adj.1.ill-affected - discontented as toward authorityill-affected - discontented as toward authority  
discontent, discontented - showing or experiencing dissatisfaction or restless longing; "saw many discontent faces in the room"; "was discontented with his position"
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This lifting of SSG on poultry imports came in August 2018 and was also purportedly aimed at easing inflation.Hence, farm gate prices of chicken in some areas fell to as low as P38 and the local producers are the most ill-affected.
"Yeah," he said, and then went on a somewhat long, rambling explanation, during which he repeated a talking point about how he wants to make sure that small business "are not ill-affected" by a minimum wage hike and that "large businesses are implementing it in as rapid fashion as we can make happen."
As long as you towel them dry and make sure they don't get cold your dog won't be ill-affected. It can be good to bathe your dog if they get dirty or smelly but make sure to use dog shampoo (which you can get from most good pet shops or your vet) rather than shampoo intended for humans.