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And, while some SEOs would welcome that, it could have larger, unintended consequences for the search ecosystem.
This was a substantial change — previously, a candidate needed only a plurality of delegates in five states — and it had unintended consequences.
However, there has been yet one another massive unintended consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s a pretty significant one.
In addition to a surge in demand, Hoerr is anticipating a big drop in supply — an unintended consequence of how people who aren’t food-insecure have been shopping.
It strikes me as a strange and rather poor outcome of an unintended consequence for these phone companies that have not policed it very well, that they’re potentially losing revenue because of a service that they let thrive on their network.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? (EP. 406)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 20, 2020FREAKONOMICS
This was adopted, as it didn't occur to any of the children that the abbreviated word might convey an unintended meaning.
Liberty of conscience is not the fruit of the Reformation, but an indirect and unintended result.
FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE
It was by unintended accidents that the wonderful adjustments in the universe came.
THE OTHER SIDE OF EVOLUTIONALEXANDER PATTERSON
Forbes resented the unintended criticism on the wonderful soul the tango mania had enabled him to meet and know so well so soon.
It is an interesting study in itself,—the influence which happy blunders and unintended happenings have had upon civilization.
THE SPANISH PIONEERSCHARLES F. LUMMIS

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