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School leaders say that the move would have instant ramifications for their residency programs at UMC and create long-term consequences for Louisiana's healthcare industry.
The ruling has ramifications for high-fire danger areas statewide, said Tom Mooers, executive director of Sierra Watch, an environmental organization and one of the three plaintiffs.
That has ramifications for American households already struggling to pay down their credit cards and auto loans, dimming the outlook for consumer spending that helped fuel U.S. growth.
Unilever Chairman Marijn Dekkers said the decision was a complex one, and that executives and directors had to consider a number of knock-on ramifications.
But the Tenth Circuit’s decision has ramifications beyond a single capital case.
The foreign-policy ramifications have become wider since.
Alexandrou, speaking to the City Council during a Committee of the Whole meeting, said city staff is looking at both short-term and long-term ramifications of owning the airport.
Some feared the potential legal ramifications of breaching non-disclosure agreements with the Mavericks.
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First Known Use of ramification
RAMIFICATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ramification for English Language Learners
: something that is the result of an action, decision, etc.
RAMIFICATION Defined for Kids
Definition of ramification for Students
- Our committee will study the ramifications of the change.
medical Definition of ramification
- the ramification of an artery
- make visible the whole ramification of the dendrite
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