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ripple effect

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Even so, the ripple effects to the digital ad ecosystem are already clear.

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The Wizards now have had two consecutive games postponed after players tested positive for the coronavirus Tuesday, results that have had a ripple effect throughout the league.

In the coming days, it’s likely to split into pieces, with possible ripple effects on weather across the northern hemisphere.

I’m very excited to see how it continues to go — I think the recent passage in Oregon is going to have kind of a ripple effect.

This contest primarily affects the Browns and the Dolphins, though it also has important ripple effects for the Ravens and Colts.

Analysts interpreted it as an immediate ripple effect of the newly established US-Cuban détente.

And sending Cary to prison has a ripple effect for all of these characters.

A Marker to Measure Drift is a novel that measures the ripple effect of trauma and violence.

And research shows that programs like P.A.C.E. can have a huge ripple effect.

The results are immediate, and have an amazing ripple effect.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ripple effect, such as: causal sequence, contagion effect, dispersion, dissemination, domino effect, and knock-on effect.

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

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