Examples of aftereffect in a Sentence
in the U.S. slavery was abolished in 1865, but its aftereffects remained keenly felt long afterwards
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When the hurricane struck Georgia last September, the Cherokee County Emergency Operations Center was activated to coordinate city and county agencies dealing with the storm and its aftereffects, according to a staff report to commissioners.
This is a show where even a photograph of Hurricane Sandy’s aftereffects—a helicopter view by Mr. Baan of lower Manhattan without power—is darkly alluring.
Williamson’s captivating album Cosmic Wink is a potent and haunting rumination on love and its aftereffects.
Many blame the aftereffects of reforms enacted at the height of the crisis, which prompted bailouts in Spain, Portugal, Greece, Ireland and Cyprus.
Tami, 51, is something of a baby whisperer, adept at magically soothing a newborn screaming through the aftereffects of his mother's cocaine addiction.
Moving there and then back to Argentina as a boy gave Mr. Diaz double doses of immigrant dislocation; the emotional aftereffect of isolation and bullying seem to echo in his story of lonely Håkan.
While some of the story’s plot elements are sordid and unsavory, most of the violence occurs off-camera; Ramsay is more interested in the aftereffects of brutality, though even her grisliest tableaux have a kind of serrated elegance.
Those brown needles could be an aftereffect of drought as trees are still trying to cope.
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matter of course;
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: an effect that occurs after time has passed
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