repercussions


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repercussions

plural noun consequences, result, side effects, backlash, sequel It was an incident which had repercussions.
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dopad
eftervirkning
seuraukset
posljedice
反動
영향
efterverkningar
ผลของการกระทำ
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repercussions

[ˌriːpəˈkʌʃnz] nplripercussioni fpl

repercussions

اِنْعِكاسات dopad eftervirkning Auswirkungen απήχηση repercusiones seuraukset répercussions posljedice ripercussioni 反動 영향 terugslag ettervirkning następstwa repercussões последствия efterverkningar ผลของการกระทำ sonuçlar hậu quả 反响
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It was the first time they had ever spoken so openly of her attitude toward Mattie, and the repetition of the name seemed to carry it to the farther corners of the room and send it back to them in long repercussions of sound.
All at once they heard the rapid approach of a horse's steps, and first believed it to be one of those singular repercussions which deceive the ear at every turn in a road.
Dans l'allocution qu'il adressee a la Conference, le ministre des Ressources Hydrauliques, Dr Mohamed Bah Eddine, a affirme que le Gouvernement egyptien eprouvait des inquietudes grandissantes vis a vis des repercussions de la construction du Barrage.
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The two-day symposium will discuss the global financial crisis and its repercussions on the sectors of oil and natural gas with the participation of a number of experts from the OAPEC member states, and some Arab and international organizations, in addition to the centers concerned in energy affairs.
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Summary: The Executive Board of the Central Bank of Tunisia held its monthly meeting on Tuesday 17 February 2009 and went over trend in the international environment and its repercussions on the national economy.
Coffee-table sized and illustrated with black-and-white color photographs as well as a color portfolio of Smith's paintings of the town and landscape, Woodstock: History and Hearsay chronicles Woodstock from Native American legends revering it as sacred ground, to the Revolutionary War era, to the dramatic repercussions of the Industrial Revolution, to the founding of the utopian communes and the Maverick Festival, Woodstock: History and Hearsay covers both sweeping historical transformations and the folksy charm of charismatic individuals who shaped Woodstock over the decades.
Now in an updated third edition taking into account the impact of the September 11th attacks and the repercussions of the "war on terror" and the war in Iraq, Islam In The World by Islamic-specialist Malise Ruthven is a thorough overview of the religion in historical, geographical, and social settings.
A History of the Crusades, Volume Six: The Impact of the Crusades On Europe is the latest in a series of anthologies collecting essays by expert historians chronicling and analyzing aspects of the Crusades and their repercussions on world history.
Witko, Mental Health Care For Urban Indians: Clinical Insights From Native Practitioners is a extensive documentation of the cultural and historical impact of colonization on Native American cultures and the resultant psychological repercussions still present in the Native American population.
In a future episode, Tom and Susan try to fool the family as to their handiness around the house to impress them, with decidedly mild repercussions.