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The Trump-Corker fight has ramifications far beyond the two men.
But [prioritizing those interest payments] would have political ramifications.
The Little Miami Joint Fire & Rescue District, meanwhile, had commissioned a study by Management Partners of East Walnut Hills on the financial ramifications of combining the joint fire district and the Golf Manor Fire Department.
Beyond policy ramifications, Trump's own words on the opioid crisis did little to bolster his status on the situation.
The paper says longer summers could have serious ramifications because rising water temperatures can disrupt ocean ecosystems.
In retrospect, even after FAU’s 31–14 loss dropped it to 0–2, the decision (at least in terms of its football ramifications) looks like a wise one.
Conservationists also worry about noise, warming temperatures and its many ramifications, exposure to polluted waters, and ocean acidification.
There are many athletes outside of football who helped pave the way for the national anthem protests of 2017, and at least one famous story shows how standing up a cause can have ramifications long after the game ends.
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medical Definition of ramification
- the ramification of an artery
- make visible the whole ramification of the dendrite
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