aftermath


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the consequences of an event (especially a catastrophic event)

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Dead Space Aftermath will also be produced and animated by Film Roman ("The Simpsons," "King of the Hill"), and boasts a stellar voice cast led by Christopher Judge ("Stargate: SG-1"), Peter Woodward ("Babylon 5," "Charmed"), Graham McTavish (upcoming theatrical release of The Hobbit), Ricardo Chavira ("Desperate Housewives") and Gwendoline Yeo ("Star Wars: The Clone Wars").
When Cops Kill: The Aftermath of a Critical Incident" deals with the aftermath of a shooting or violent altercation and the array of issues that confront law enforcement officers after the event.
Pacing is oddly off, as well: Nearly an hour is devoted to minutiae building up to the hurricane's striking land in the Gulf, while much of the traumatic aftermath is glossed over.
Reflections on Criminal Punishment and Disbarment in the Aftermath of Watergate," by Manuel S.
Today, the church, which has been staring at the abyss over this issue for months, may be on the brink of an agreement with the federal government, which will breathe new life into General Synod, though what a General Synod will look like in the aftermath of such an agreement remains to be seen.
Based almost entirely on his close reading of 200 cases from Southern appellate courts, Woodman contends that laws initially designed to reinstitute planter control of labor and credit in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War generated unforeseen consequences.
Therefore, police departments must be prepared to deal with the aftermath of bomb detonations in highly concentrated business districts to reduce deaths and injuries, to preserve the crime scene, to investigate the crime successfully, and to help local businesses recover quickly from the damage.
The aftermath of the over-exuberant 1920's, the 1930's saw thousands of businesses fold and millions of workers lose their jobs.
Two Earth-orbiting missions devoted to ultraviolet work will study the aftermath of the collisions.
The deadly "stunned heart" phenomenon -- caused by inflammation of heart tissue following the restoration of blood flow -- was once an all-too-common aftermath of open-heart surgery.
While earthquakes pose an obvious threat, flooding from the aftermath of storms poses an even greater danger in this area and all over the world, Sage said.
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AFTERMATH The aftermath is with me It will never die away I'll remember it forever The time, the place, the day You went to watch a football match To cheer, to sing and chant Then tragedy it struck you As you meet your sad lament The whole of Liverpool mourns you I know I won't forget Every time that Liverpool score a goal When it hits the back of the net You've gone to meet Bill Shankly He'll take care of you I know You'll be looking down and watching Every kick, every pass, every throw And when I see a red sky On an Anfield famous night I know that you'll be with me An eternal shining light.
It's yet one more way for Eminem and Dre to give something back to the fans, and let them hear some new music in the process," commented Steve Berman, head of sales and marketing for Interscope Geffen A&M, which markets and distributes both Shady and Aftermath.
TEEN VIEW OF KATRINA: Teen-oriented network The N puts its touch on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina with a special episode of ``A Walk in Your Shoes,'' focusing on high-school students coping with upheaval at school and home caused by the storm.