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For both teams, feeling less than satisfied with the final outcome of this trade is a far more palatable outcome than dealing with the ramifications of it not happening at all.
But aside from keeping women back, this unequal distribution of labor actually has ramifications for the economy as a whole.
The military’s reticence to implement such a policy is based on a clear understanding both of the facts and the long-term ramifications of such a reckless pronouncement.
Rainy day funds are often used when tax revenue bottoms out to avoid the ramifications of a large tax increase.
Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan play mother-daughter vampires hiding out in a quiet seaside town—until their secret is revealed, with bloody ramifications.
Some sceptics raise concerns about the economic ramifications if renewables’ penetration rises substantially.
This last line for Cat is more significant for book readers, who know that her viciously violent vengeance streak has larger ramifications on the page.
The initiative will focus on hiring scientists whose work will have ramifications for the state's life sciences industry.
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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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