repercussive


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repercussive

(rē″pĕr-kŭs′ĭv)
1. Causing repercussion.
2. An agent that repels; a repellent.
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The much-admired "beauty of the writing" provides us with more than incidental pleasure; it enamels the sequence of cockeyed events with a glassy, repercussive surface over which we follow the narrator in his unwitting skid while glimpsing through the chinks of its disparities all that he tries to hide.
The same negative effects that will be suffered by the tobacco industry are, therefore, to be suffered by other economic sectors with repercussive adverse consequences upon all in Zimbabwe, including the Government itself.
Many associations are feeling the repercussive effects of technological change, as it rewrites the rules in virtually every industry.
Those "seed phones", in turn, capture every device with bluetooth, WiFi or other spectrum points (ie: Game Boxes, Pads, Cafes, Bluetooth cars, PC's, Internet TV's, numbering over 450 million locations) and cause the Peep Mesh to grow and grow around the world in a repercussive peer-to-peer manner.