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Decades of rushing to stamp out flames that naturally clear out small trees and undergrowth have had disastrous unintended consequences.

If the TV doesn’t know exactly how long your soundbar will take, it may send the video before the soundbar has finished, leading to a disastrous mismatch of the mouths on screen.

Furthermore, in all three of these cases, poorly informed decisions set a disastrous chain of events in motion.

Such publication often had disastrous consequences for the person “outed” in print.

The disease would likely spread, which would be disastrous for many people beyond just you.

Fortunately they were all removed previous to the disastrous fire of Jan. 11, 1879.

Showell's Dictionary of BirminghamThomas T. Harman and Walter Showell

But the keeping of the secret, which did not last long, was nevertheless fraught with disastrous consequences for my future.

The Memoirs of Madame Vige LebrunMarie Louise Elisabeth Vige-Lebrun

For this time Pitt's political wisdom had saved England from a disastrous breach with her colonies.

In the din of arms, his command was not understood, and the consequence was the disastrous result we have named.

Had they succeeded, the result might have been disastrous to the whole Canadian line and involved others.

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