Did you mayhaps mean aftereffect?
“LONDON Global trade has taken a serious knock recently as an after-effect of the global financial crisis, but as the world emerges from recession a few rising stars in the trade landscape are set to emerge.”
“Early in 1929, major-league baseball scouts recruited Acuff for training camp, but his collapse during a game — an after-effect of an earlier sunstroke — prompted a nervous breakdown and sidelined him for most of 1930.”
“The things he carefully avoids are the nausea of over-drinking, the after-effect of over-drinking, the helplessness and loss of pride of over-drinking.”
“There's a tipping point that we reach where, as an engine of growth, it's not so much an after-effect of U.S. prosperity.”
“Again, my primary concerns are what the after-effect would be in their assault on 1st amendment rights, and whether this process subverts the will of the people.”
“At first I thought that I might have been hallucinating—you know, some kind of after-effect from the bite I got from that shape-shifter— or that your craziness was contagious.”
“The only after-effect would be the emergence of Cattail growing along the coastline.”
“David Rudd of the University of Utah notes that "ultimately we are all struggling with the reality that psychiatric casualties" are a significant after-effect of these wars.”
“And another after-effect is how that plays out in the general population.”
““Is this…condition…a common after-effect of trench warfare?””
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