How to use affairs in a sentence

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At the time of launch the collaboration between the news and current affairs departments was a radical approach.
On reviewing the epoch-making events of the eighteenth century, we find a condition of affairs startling in its abnormity.
His love for Sydney and his total absorption in the affairs of his adopted country never wavered.
Philopoemen, the ancient leader of the Achaeans, is the embodiment of a prince who is constantly engaged in military affairs.
Yet, even though official statistics reveal this abysmal state of affairs, what is the Government's response?
True princesses, though, like tatting lace, embroidery, balls, affairs of the state, and so on and so on.
Eventually Tocqueville's single-minded absorption in French affairs will lead him away from America altogether.
Half the knickers in my underwear drawer are heavy-duty, waist-high affairs which profess to give you a smooth behind.
These wars were difficult affairs against enemies who were as technically adept as the Normans themselves.
The judge said Vetch had abused the trust of those who had given him a free hand to run their financial affairs.
It also focused on some general war and military affairs problems and on trends in weaponry.
As an executive who is responsible for financial affairs, he should not be washing his hands of the matter in such a way.
To be sure, his later absorption in philosophy made him neglect his private affairs and he eventually fell to a level of comparative poverty.
Even the most clever, adroit, and skillful legislature cannot achieve zero risk in human affairs.
Indeed, she reads the paper and a variety of magazines regularly, and likes to keep abreast of current affairs.
The writer is the acting director for UN economic development and environmental affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He took a keen interest in local affairs and kept up to date with sporting activities.
His shrewd assessment of political reality was wedded to a belief in the necessity of moral idealism in human affairs.
His counsel said he understood imprisonment was inevitable but asked for sentence to be adjourned so his client could put his affairs in order.
So, David, what did you think the big legacy in international affairs from the administration was?
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