Recent Examples of ramification from the Web
But the work being discussed had global ramifications, and painted a picture of how Iranian hackers have matured over the last decade from defacing websites with crude photos and slogans.
Administrative honesty demands it, especially since the determination has large potential economic ramifications.
Today’s arrests underscore that the ramifications of hazing can be devastating.
Though Ailes denied the allegations, the ramifications of Carlson’s lawsuit were dramatic.
No one inside Paul Brown Stadium will say Sunday has such huge ramifications of course and BX can guarantee you no one is thinking about 2018 right now.
The Times broke the story about the state filing on Monday and wrote about the possible political ramifications on Tuesday.
Ending the program has far-reaching ramifications: A recent study by FWD.us and the Center for American Progress found that as DACA work permits expire, more than 1,400 recipients will lose their ability to work every business day.
But don’t pretend like this game doesn’t have far-reaching playoff ramifications.
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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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