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  • noun Plural form of contagion.

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Examples

  • In fact, if recent behavioral research is accurate, these experiences can create "contagions" in which the behavior of users is mirrored by their networks of friends, amplifying the word-of-mouth effect and reflecting well on the underlying brands.

    Unlocking The Elusive Potential Of Social Networks

  • While most people assume "contagions" are transmitted from hedge funds to the financial system via their prime brokers, the authors point out that the transmission usually runs the other way - from LCFIs down to hedge funds.

    pfblogs.org: The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator

  • While most people assume "contagions" are transmitted from hedge funds to the financial system via their prime brokers, the authors point out that the transmission usually runs the other way - from LCFIs down to hedge funds.

    pfblogs.org: The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator

  • She and her daughter Nicole live in a small room that is beautifully kept, but where she needs to walk to fetch water every day, cook in a small corner of the room, and risk respiratory infections and worse from living in an area that is notoriously good at spreading contagions.

    Lindsay Maines: Creativity, Energy and Extra-Ordinaryness in Kenya

  • She and her daughter Nicole live in a small room that is beautifully kept, but where she needs to walk to fetch water every day, cook in a small corner of the room, and risk respiratory infections and worse from living in an area that is notoriously good at spreading contagions.

    Lindsay Maines: Creativity, Energy and Extra-Ordinaryness in Kenya

  • This "we" is a character in its own right, experiencing Marstal's cycles of birth and death, becoming infected by the contagions of violence or rallied to higher self-sacrificing causes.

    Going to Sea Once More

  • Little wonder that Europeans are losing faith in the ability of their politicians to sort these continental contagions out, and are turning instead to "patriotic" alternatives, homespun attempts to erect national firewalls.

    New Europe: Old problems | Editorial

  • She and her daughter Nicole live in a small room that is beautifully kept, but where she needs to walk to fetch water every day, cook in a small corner of the room, and risk respiratory infections and worse from living in an area that is notoriously good at spreading contagions.

    Lindsay Maines: Creativity, Energy and Extra-Ordinaryness in Kenya

  • Act quickly and decisively—financial contagions can move so quickly that they will get the better of you if you don't get the better of them.

    A Conspiracy of Hunches

  • Act quickly and decisively—financial contagions can move so quickly that they will get the better of you if you don't get the better of them.

    A Conspiracy of Hunches

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