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aftermath

the exuberant autumn regrowth of pasture which has been harvested for meadow hay in the late summer. Grazing cattle on it is a common history preceding an outbreak of atypical interstitial pneumonia. Called also fog, foggage, feg.

aftermath disease
aftermath emphysema
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He then reiterated that relations and interactions among different cultures and nations in the world are more important than financial aftermaths of tourism, saying, "The economic aftermaths of tourism are inferior to its cultural effects, and we regard relations among nations as to be more important than its (tourism) economic effects.
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Today, the church, which has been staring at the abyss over this issue for months, may be on the brink of an agreement with the federal government, which will breathe new life into General Synod, though what a General Synod will look like in the aftermath of such an agreement remains to be seen.