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The upshot is that McConnell appears to have decided to run out the clock on stimulus discussions, since the current session of Congress ends on January 3, and there is effectively no time to pass complicated legislation before then.

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The upshot is that the outcome of a theoretical Ripple case is far from certain.

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The upshot, says Fabiano, is that new machines may not be available until next July.

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The upshot is that until a particle strikes a detector, it’s everywhere and nowhere in particular.

The upshot is that these moves would destroy tech companies’ carefully constructed ecosystems and make their current business models unviable.

The upshot of these contradictory findings is that most people have trouble believing the figures produced by either side.

The upshot is to immerse oneself in a crash course on institutional racism and police brutality.

The upshot is, you can expect to be touched, even to the point of tears, as well as moved to chortles and guffaws.

The upshot was that a human trafficker got off easy, in part, so that Christie could jail a small-town mayor.

The upshot is that, with each passing month, Americans effectively use less petroleum to get around.

The upshot of the whole affair is that the enemy still hold a strong line of trenches between us and Achi Baba.

We set them down as pirates, and awaited the upshot with a considerable degree of uneasiness.

And for upshot and result of so much shame to the white 351 powers—Tamasese already conspiring!

We then became intimate, and the upshot of the whole was, that we agreed to travel together; and, by Alla!

Brer Rabbit aint wait fer ter see w'at de upshot gwine ter be, needer—I boun' you he aint.


On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to upshot, such as: aftereffect, gist, aftermath, burden, climax, and completion.

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