repercussion


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repercussion

 [re″per-kush´un]
the driving in of an eruption or the scattering of a swelling.

repercussion

(rē-pĕr-kŭsh′ŭn) [L. repercussio, rebound]
1. A reciprocal action.
2. An action involved in causing the subsidence of a swelling, tumor, or eruption.
3. Ballottement.
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Ambassador Al-Mouallimi stated that the report presented has confirmed serious repercussions being experienced by the Palestinian people as a result of continued Israeli violations of their the basic rights and the population of the occupied Syrian Golan and the violation of Israel's obligations as an occupation state under international conventions, including Fourth Geneva Convention.
There are legal repercussions as the IPPs can move for arbitration.
'Kaya nga precisely nagiging maingat siya kasi ang repercussions nito kung magkamali tayo ng galaw dito eh maraming maapektuhan, 'yung ating overseas workers for one.
"Syria which renews its full solidarity with Iran, as people and leadership, is confident that Iran is able to overcome the repercussions of the US administration's hostile stance which affects the security of the region and the world," the official source concluded.
De son cote, le professeur d'economie et membre du Forum tunisien des droits economiques et sociaux (FTDES) Abdejalil Bedoui a mis en garde contre le danger que constitue l'ALECA et ses repercussions negatives sur l'agriculture tunisienne.
Patna (Bihar) [India], Aug 10 ( ANI ): Another wagon was added in the midst of Bihar's ongoing "battle", when Senior Janata Dal (United) (JD(U)) leader Sharad Yadav announced that he would kickstart a three-day Jan Samvad Yatra to discuss the repercussions of the withdrawal of the grand alliance in the state, adding that the 'faith' of 11 crore people of Bihar was 'broken'.
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Speaking in a private news channel program, the minister said, any post creating panic and having serious repercussions does not reflect a responsible attitude.
Anthony Schneider; REPERCUSSIONS; Permanent Press (Fiction: Historical) 28.00 ISBN: 9781579624262
Moreover, many social and environmental repercussions are expected to accumulate in time.
According to some Lebanese politicians or pundits, one might think the repercussions of the deal are obvious, or might emerge fairly quickly.
There is strong evidence that this reclassification will have significant economic repercussions distorting competition, thwarting innovation, and reducing consumer welfare in the United States.