repercussion


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Synonyms for repercussion

the strong effect exerted by one person or thing on another

repetition of sound via reflection from a surface

Synonyms for repercussion

a remote or indirect consequence of some action

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We have succeeded in overcoming the repercussions of the unrest with minimum losses," he said, pointing out Bahrain's solid economic pillars and investors' confidence.
With this, the public can contact the police about any criminal activity or any type of illegal activities through the service without the fear of repercussions as their identity and the nature of the tipoff would not be divulged.
Such repercussions included the fear that the defendants' academic futures would be in jeopardy if they were unable to attend classes at their respective high schools or universities.
Yesterday's announcement that the Building Schools for the Future programme was being axed has big repercussions in the North East.
Summary: Thanks to its economic reforms, Morocco stands among the few Mediterranean countries which were sheltered from the repercussions of the international financial crisis, General Delegate of ANIMA Investment Network Benedict de Saint-Laurent said on Wednesday.
Jerusalem is a red line and any manipulation in this city would have disastrous repercussions on the security and stability of the region," he said, quoted in a palace statement.
Moreover, the Egyptian government has succeeded in withstanding the repercussions of the global financial crisis which erupted in late 2008, Mohieldin stated.
The Women's Health Council yesterday called for more information on treatments and low success rates and openness on the repercussions of trying for a baby.
Nevertheless, the Board of Directors decided to increase voluntary general provisions as a precautionary measure to guard against further repercussions of the financial crisis on the local economy.
He added: "I am upset, I am very upset and there are going to be consequences and repercussions I can assure you.
He added: "I am very upset and there are going to be consequences and repercussions.
As the repercussions of the gigantic factory farm loom closer, Elizabeth unexpectedly encounters the mysterious Gaia, the living entity of the Earth itself.
Thirty-two-year-old, fourth-generation homicide detective Michael McKenzie "Mac" McRyan becomes involved in a complex murder investigation with repercussions far beyond an ordinary serial killer case--national and political security concerns lie at the root of this tangled, fast-paced crime novel.
Based strongly on Chernozemsky's own experiences and those of others, Goodbye Evilwood resonates with the negative repercussions of decadent morals, greed, and the obsessions of the rich and powerful.
A team of scientists seeking answers becomes embroiled in a journey that will bring them amid a war between good and evil; metaphysical and spiritual forces beyond human ken flourish with repercussions that no mortal can hope to guess.