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aftermath

noun after-effect, aftergrowth, consequence, development, effect, end, event, issue, offshoot, outcome, outgrowth, result, sequel, subsequence, succession, turnout, upshot
See also: conclusion, consequence, development, effect, outcome, outgrowth, result

AFTERMATH. A right to have the last crop of grass or pasturage. 1 Chit. Pr. 181.

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Tune in to "Merchants of Fear," a 2-hour standalone special linked to "Scientology and the Aftermath," Tuesday at 9 p.
Aftermath disabuses the notion that there is such a thing as a "good rape story," Zaccour says.
The Aftermath Dislocation Principle was first made in 2013, toured the Netherlands in 2014, was a highlight of Dismaland in 2015, has been developed and re-engineered in 2016, and now tours riot sites of the world in a customised 40ft shipping container.
The prime minister cut short his stay in London for a day and left for Pakistan to deal with the aftermath of the quake.
We still lose our breath, as we see the huts and barbed wire That still line the path, for all these years later we still suffer the aftermath.
Dr Davies advised farmers to remove the aftermath if at all possible.
The Aftermath is the first in a new series by Alexander.
When Cops Kill: The Aftermath of a Critical Incident deals with the aftermath of a shooting or violent altercation and the array of issues that confront law enforcement officers after the event.
BEIRUT: The Lebanese Forces reiterated calls Sunday to turn Sidon into an arms-free city, expressing its support for ongoing efforts to restore security to Abra in the aftermath of the recent clashes.
Russia is prepared to help Iranian people in overcoming the aftermath of the disaster, he said.
Medical sources said that the death toll in the aftermath of the suicide blast which took rocked Quetta's Bacha Khan Chowk on Thursday rose to 92.
DICE had announced that the DLC, titled Aftermath, would be set for release in December.