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Those ripples are called gravitational waves, or sometimes gravity waves.
In the United States, the news that Kai Sotto, the 65th-ranked player in the high school class of 2020, would be joining the NBA’s G League caused barely a ripple.
THIS HOOPS HOTBED IS SET TO TAKE OFFPALLABI MUNSIAUGUST 20, 2020OZY
To look past the line-item spending and into the core concern — the economic price tag thrust onto society and its ripple effects.
THE HIDDEN COSTS OF WAR: VET CRIMESNICK FOURIEZOSAUGUST 19, 2020OZY
If vCA1 cells are the tiny ripples after throwing a rock into water, then the additional wave circuit around them are the rippling waves.
Add gravitons into the mix, however, and you add a new motion on top of the usual ripples in space-time.
Every set of changes comes with an additional ripple effect of considerations that need to be applied across our system and negotiated with our employee union groups.
As are the ripple effects — in addition to the rise in shopping at traditional grocery stores.
But it suddenly hushed when I heard a ripple of laughter among the hollyhocks before the door of a happy country home.
GOV. BOB. TAYLOR'S TALESROBERT L. TAYLOR
There was nothing to point to the place where Stéphane had fallen, not an eddy, not a ripple.
THE SECRET OF SAREKMAURICE LEBLANC
Popular books on Indian ornithology resemble one another in that a ripple of humour runs through each.
JUNGLE FOLKDOUGLAS DEWAR

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