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- In short, the conventional passage of time has no bearing on the ramifications of historical events.
- The real dynamic ramifications of that event are yet to play out in the international arena.
- The attack, thus, is a very serious issue, the ramifications of which are far-reaching.
- Do you really want the legal ramifications of a line of code hindering game development?
- The outcome will have widespread ramifications for business as well as for the rest of society.
- It's a significant development, with serious ramifications for Jones and Montgomery.
- He knew what he should do and he didn't stop to consider the ramifications of what he did.
- And he will be aware that the Senate results have ramifications for a long time to come.
- The description of the legal ramifications of the treaty varies with the audience.
- These issues have ramifications far beyond the loss of cash by more than a million families.
- Suppliers also consider the safety ramifications of protective package features.
- We leave the discerning readers to judge by themselves, the real ramifications of the issue.
- One can only imagine what legal ramifications there may be to such a finding.
- If true, it is a deadly serious issue with ramifications that should send chills up the spine.
- As the editor of the Silver Bear Cafe, I try to focus on the ramifications of world events.
- The ramifications of not having legal protections for a family can be many.
- Now that significant discussions are under way, we must consider the ramifications.
- Fearing that these events will have dire ramifications for the rest of the world, the NSA send Sam in.
- Many of us are still simply dismayed by recent events and troubled by their international ramifications.
- So far the media has been incredibly quiet on this issue, considering the ramifications.
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