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use "has any bearing on" in a sentence

I don't really think your personal life has any bearing on the situation.

Blanchard's attorney, Lawrence Hewitt, said he planned to research the Colorado cases to see whether it would have any bearing on his client's case.

Additionally, socio-economic or environmental factors do not appear to have any bearing on the incidence of a major depressive episode or MDD.

Although the preseason friendly Friday afternoon in Carson, Calif., did not have any bearing on the standings, surely the Sounders had revenge in mind.

Clark added that the language used by the officer was a product of stress and in no way should have any bearing on whether the shooting was justified.

However, unanimous decisions are not required and it is unlikely to be mentioned in any of the legal teams' arguments before the high court nor have any bearing on the decision.

It seems a decision will now come sooner rather than later, however; we'll have to wait and see if these negotiations have any bearing on the final outcome.

"These conclusions do not have any bearing on the more critical question of any complicity by the UK security and intelligence agencies in the mistreatment of detainees, and do not pre-empt our wider inquiry into those matters," the committee said.
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