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knock-on effect

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With frequently changing guidance relating to restrictions, quarantines and testing requirements, many travelers find the complexity confusing, and this has had a knock-on effect on confidence.

From Digiday

While Krznaric isn’t confident in our ability to predict the knock-on effects of technological shifts, he thinks it’s easier to say for sure that certain ecological shifts would be good.

From Vox

These issues will have a knock-on effect on your page ranking.

For the latest instalment of our Confessions series, in which we trade anonymity for candor, we spoke to a CEO with approximately 500 employees, about what the knock-on effects of requiring vaccinations would create for workplace culture.

From Digiday

The knock-on effects may extend further and go beyond advertising.

From Digiday

But the largest knock-on effect is, obviously, more unemployed law professors.

And that, of course, would have had a knock-on effect in the private sector.

And the knock-on effect is thoroughly shaking the Digg offices.

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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to knock-on effect, such as: causal sequence, cause and effect, chain of events, contagion effect, domino theory, and knock-on.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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