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  • n. Plural form of reverberation.

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Examples

  • If that wasn't enough, Wilde maintains the reverberations from the sequel will extend far beyond the Hollywood hills.

    ‘Tron’ Sequel Will Be Like ‘Nothing [You've] Ever Seen Before In Film,’ Promises Olivia Wilde » MTV Movies Blog

  • Thinking of Afghanistan, simmering resentments over America's invasion and ultimate withdrawal could have long-term reverberations in the form of deep-seated anti-Americanism amidst a large population that blames us for abandoning them to inter-ethnic warfare.

    Suzanne Nossel: Iraq: An Honest Exit

  • There are still reverberations from the filibuster compromise being felt in the blogosphere and editorial columns throughout the nation.

    May 2005

  • But the Toyota issue will have much larger, long-term reverberations given its likely prod to congressional retooling of the undermanned National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

    Automotive Body Repair News

  • Morris began crafting the project early last year, aiming to examine "the long-term reverberations of war," not only through the lens of Canadian soldiers and their loved ones, but also of the parents, siblings and children of Pakistani soldiers fighting in border regions, and of Afghans embroiled in both sides of the conflict.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • If that were the only one, it wouldn't be so bad, but reverberations from the Japanese earthquake continue to cut into model production at some car makers.

    Earthquake Leaves Japan's Car Makers Pallid

  • The reverberations are the kol d'mma dakka, the still, small voices, the portal to living a life alive to the holiness in each and every moment.

    Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater: The Unetanetokef Prayer: Living for Each Day

  • "If the system is going to say, 'You're troubled, so you're not going to get charged,' what kind of reverberations does that send through the entire judicial system?" asked Watson, who is running on the Republican and Conservative lines.

    Simple Justice

  • Well, I'm not quite sure what is meant by "reverberations", and unfortunately Joy Watson doesn't tell us.

    Simple Justice

  • Organized around a theme that underscores Bank of America's community outreach philosophy as well as strengths of its postwar collection, the exhibition takes "reverberations" as a departure point.

    Art Knowledge News

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