Affinities

• (pl. ) of Affinity
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Affinities

Affinities under bastard feudalism were collectives of gentry who follow and support a particular nobleman. Gentry members of affinities gave loyalty to their nobleman above loyalty to the king. Affinities were an integral part of the organization of society in England and Wales during the 15th century. ...
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Affinities

Social media monitoring tools can analyse not just what users say on social media but also what else interests them, or put another way, what they have an affinity to. Affinities measure the interests of an audience and gives brands valuable insight into what else concerns their customers.
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