Examples of upshot in a Sentence
the upshot of the court's ruling is that a number of communities will now have to change their gun laws
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The upshot is that a MANET with more than about 30 nodes starts to experience problems, and one with more than about 50 will grind to a halt.
The upshot has been a career that has featured five Pro Bowls, one first-team all pro selection (2012) and 92 sacks, which ranks 42nd on the NFL’s all-time list.
The upshot is that universal credit is expected to end up being about £2bn ($2.7bn) less generous overall than the previous (already hard-nosed) system, shaving around 3% off the total bill.
The upshot is that in the federal system alone, over 100,000 men and women are now subject to arrest for minor infractions and to imprisonment without the protections of the Bill of Rights.
Oregon Health Authority released the information Tuesday, but noted that the upshot is the vast majority of children in the state are immunized.
The upshot is that the U.S. likely will get some additional access to Chinese markets, and American auto makers will end up with lower tariffs standing in the way of car sales there.
The upshot is that these story missions are more involved than standing in a room, holding the square button, and practicing headshots on incoming enemies.
The upshot is that Manafort’s Hail Mary effort to avoid trial by having his DC charges dismissed has failed.
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