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Now watch this feat of strength as we stitch these two storylines together …Weber’s departure from the 79th Assembly District will set off another round of political dominoes to replace her.

Barta cited the relative toothlessness of BYU’s schedule, a schedule Athletic Director Tom Holmoe patched together after the harsh dominoes of the late summer found the independent Cougars down to three scheduled games.

Global pizza chain Domino’s, for example, just had its 38th consecutive quarter of sales growth.

From Quartz

It led to a bunch of weird dominoes falling in a weird order.

It’s also working with a number of branded content partners like eToro, Domino’s Pizza and Utlilta.

From Digiday

The lack of food can also domino effect into peace and security—already there have been reports about stolen food aid.

This first session set off a domino effect of unexpected proportions.

The former Soviet Union is witnessing an anti-gay, anti-Western, anti-civil society domino effect.

The CVS move will undoubtedly create a domino effect among other pharmacy chains.

Depending on what Wildstein has, and on whom, he might set off a domino-effect of people flipping, and then who knows.

He hands a lady out; her pale blue silk domino hides her effectually from the inquisitive gaze of the crowd.

"Saperlotte," he hissed, and his out-stretched hand touched the pale blue domino on the shoulder.

At the domino mask they fetched I hesitated, for anything like mummery of this sort was always repugnant to me.

Of all the habits there he could only identify one—the scarlet and orange domino Lady Lyndwood had told him she would wear.

The orange and red domino left her partner and came straight to Marius Lyndwood.


On this page you'll find 72 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to domino, such as: camouflage, cloak, veil, affectation, air, and appearance.

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