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Has anyone ever studied linear distributive categories that have only one of the two linear associators, so that for instance $(A\bullet -)$ is $\otimes$-strong but not $(-\bullet C)$? I’m curious because I think there is an example consisting of the strong endofunctors of a monoidal category $V$, where $\otimes$ is pointwise tensor product and $\bullet$ is functor composition.