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Any bloke who has had his wife in his ear about clearing up would not only bear the scars of constant nagging but the psychological after-effects of the resultant clear-up.
A duo of 23 October summits designed to put an end to the turmoil on debt and equity markets will continue on 26 October after German Chancellor Angela Merkel failed to get the requisite mandate she needed from her parliament to sign up to any decisions - the first tangible after-effect of last month's decision by the country's Constitutional Court to hand the Bundestag final say over future bailouts.
The 'Firework' singer has been enjoying the canned snack in tomato sauce since arriving in the UK for the latest leg of her 'California Dreams' tour and she has been suffering from flatulence, the food's major after-effect.
This wasn't the result of a fight with a smoothie maker, but the after-effect of a detoxing fruit body scrub at the Amber Spa hotel in Jurmala, Latvia.
He said according to the flagship publication of the UN Economic and Social commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), still the 2011 regional growth out look is subjected to downside risk, notably from the return of high food and fuel prices, sluggish recovery in rich nations, a deluge of volatile capital inflows and the after-effect of natural disasters, although the regional economic impact of Japan's recent earth quake and tsunami will be less severe than might have been initially expected.
The surgery was of a gynaecological nature, an after-effect of the ruptured ectopic pregnancy she suffered last year which almost killed her.
While these legacy products kill germs on contact (presuming hands are dirt-free prior to applying), they've also been associated with a growing number of unintended consequences and complaints, ranging from dry/irritated skin after-effect, to instances of abuse and, of course, the flash-point risks presented by these highly-flammable products.
There is no monitoring system introduced to keep an eye on the new seed quality and proper germination and no study has been done before allowing its sowing, regarding the after-effect and behavior of plants of the particular variety's seed, he added.
After a physical game Sunday in which he was hit by a pitch and made a diving catch, the only after-effect for Angels center fielder Torii Hunter was some stiffness.
Do you agree, or is it just a temporary after-effect of the crisis?
We have no proper details about the after-effect of swine flu and it is better we take proper action and one of the main precaution should be to keep children out of the school.