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  • n. Plural form of aftereffect.


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  • LSU - showing no aftereffects from a heartbreaking loss last week - rolled to a 51-0 Southeastern Conference victory over

  • In his book Reading, Writing, and the Hickory Stick, Dr. Irwin Hyman says that all of these punitive practices can leave a child with serious long-term aftereffects.

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  • For most patients, therefore, 1 or 2 days of treatment suffice to abolish the panic attack and its short-term aftereffects; afterward, the drug can be abruptly discontinued.

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  • Now, at 69, the long-term aftereffects of the treatments that saved him are threatening his life. ...

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  • After a slow May in which he batted just .250 while being slowed by aftereffects from the injury, Burroughs rebounded to hit .355 in the month of June and .362 in the month of July. - Padres 2002 prospect report

  • "Don't raise hogs if you don't want to deal with the aftereffects, which is manure."


  • As evidence that humans share the same capacity, studies showed that people experience what are known as aftereffects, in which exposure to a person looking in a particular direction biases subsequent gaze-direction judgment the opposite way. - latest science and technology news stories

  • For geologists, the "aftereffects" are rocks and strata.

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  • For paleontology, the "aftereffects" of past events are fossils.

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  • There‚Äôs a little thing called the aftereffects of stress that can have you raiding the cupboard and make your heart race faster than a Formula 1 driver.

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