offshoot


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Synonyms for offshoot

Synonyms for offshoot

something resembling or structurally analogous to a tree branch

something derived from another

a part of a family, tribe, or other group, or of such a group's language, that is believed to stem from a common ancestor

a young stemlike growth arising from a plant

Synonyms for offshoot

a natural consequence of development

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Krumping channeled the same wild moves into more conscious expressions/releases of anger (there are also offshoots such as stripper dancing - which, despite its salacious gyrations, probably leaves practitioners too exhausted for inappropriate sex afterward - and a krump-for-Christ sect).
This is typical of Manto orebodies throughout Mexico and we expect that similar offshoots will be found along the margins of most of our mantos.
A violent offshoot of Students for a Democratic Society, the biggest 1960s organization for white kids who wanted to protest the war in Vietnam, racism at home and the establishment's malfeasance in general, the Weathermen emerged in 1969 with a self-styled declaration of war on the U.
It is an offshoot of the 7-year-old John Lennon Songwriting Contest, dedicated to providing opportunities for both professional and amateur songwriters around the world.
The Website is a digital offshoot of the well-known RPI publication, Latino Baseball Magazine.
One offshoot would be a continued low interest rate environment.
The newly completed prototype is an offshoot of research from NSC's DarkStar(TM) wireless platform products.
An offshoot of the city's 6-year-old summer theater camp for teenagers, the new camp is putting 9- to 12-year-olds through a two-week session in which they prepare an hourlong stage play.
Astronomicon: Celestial Construction Tool Kit is an offshoot of a joint research project conducted by Cybernet Systems and the University of Georgia's College of Education through a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Councilwoman Janice Hahn, who chairs the Education and Neighborhood Committee and was one of the boosters of neighborhood councils, said the dispute is an offshoot of the increased power felt by neighborhood councils.
The new module - called ADMServer for IPS Connectivity -- is an offshoot of Blue Frog's ADMServer Framework system, which is designed specifically to handle the needs of life and annuity clients.
The tour bus is an offshoot of an annual songwriting contest, with grand prize winners in 12 categories each receiving $2,000 in cash, $5,000 in studio equipment and a $5,000 publishing contract advance.
was launched early last year as an offshoot of Pharmaceutical Information Associates, Ltd.
The interior ministry has opposed registration of the MML as a political party terming it an offshoot of banned outfits.