“Never mind that it only takes a “small amount of people” to have an effect on a much larger group, like ripples from a stone dropping in a pond.”
“But the ripples from the subprime crisis are now beginning to affect nearly everyone.”
“Elsewhere, the ripples from the prostitution ring in which the governor of New York was ultimately forced to resign as client number nine is extending its waves across the Atlantic to ensnare British clients.”
“Wooden bobbers drift in ripples while bullheads stir to the dance, the sensuous tangle of worms.”
“For broadcast TV, the court decisions that have destroyed the FCC's affirmative action and media diversity programs play out in ripples as well as in the splash that whitewashes broadcast media.”
“But over the course of the next quarter century, the ripples from a large-scale demographic shift would alter the face of tea advertising forever.”
“The ripples from the new media have far reaching consequences.”
“So the ripples from the Rose, Orange, and Tulip revolutions and any other progress towards democracy throughout the world, continue to expand here.”
“Steve Gilliard looks at some ripples from the transit strike in NYC that will last long afterward.”
“This is a base set on Mars, and it shows; there are detailed bulkheads, video screens that play commercials, windows complete with shutters, and broken gas lines shooting realistic fire - complete with air that ripples from the heat.”
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