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have no repercussive bearing on Kuwait's oil-exporting capacity, as Kuwait has
Some stakeholders described how the lengthened retention rates of young Travellers within the educational setting appear to expose them to peer drug experimentation and use and repercussive drug use filtering into the older Traveller communities.
The most enlightening and repercussive conclusion in Edward Dutton's book is that there is a clear correlation between the extent to which a particular university experience is a rite of passage and the intensity, conservatism and exclusivity of the evangelicalism at that university.
one of the most repercussive views of the "moral difference between