In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(consequences/effects) no buscado(effects/consequences) no planeado(pun) no deliberado
- Important unintended consequences need to be accounted for when mergers are planned.
- It is a classic example of the law of unintended consequence.
- Failed royal policies had other unintended consequences as well.
- Police say the rise in violence is an unintended consequence of huge improvements in car security.
- As an unintended consequence of regional Government we will begin to see more cultural politics.
- There are other projections for what might take place - ones that follow the law of unintended consequences.
- As we all know, revolutions often deliver unintended consequences.
- It can be seen that the conclusion at which we have arrived does have possibly unintended social and employment consequences.
- He understands the suffering and the unintended consequences and the horrors of war.
- It is possible that many of your measures have been subject to a law of unintended consequences.
- The unintended consequences of that decision are all around us.
- Or does the deal they have the government have some sort of funny clause in it which has led to this unintended consequence?
- History is the story of contradictions and unintended consequences.
- These woolly liberals might mean well but it is the law of unintended consequences.
- A triumph, yet again, for the most pervasive rule in public policy: the law of unintended consequences.
- I suppose that his big thing is to point out how the law of unintended consequences keeps rearing its ugly head even with the best of intentions.
- This article's a few months old, but I've only just seen it - a great example of unintended consequences.
- Nonetheless, this is another indication of the unintended consequences of knee-jerk legislation.
- They're discovering the unintended consequences of recording and celebrating them.
- Real change in politics comes from the law of unintended consequences.
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