residual effects

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  • They won their suit, but the residual effect would last for decades.
  • He claimed that people have residual effects of prior impressions without any remembrance of them.
  • They won their suit, but the residual effect of the libels would last for decades.
  • Dr. Bose next pointed out that there remains, for every response, a certain residual effect. Cited from Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose, by Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose
  • Another residual effect has been the number of children disabled by resulting injuries from the earthquake.
  • If the patient survives 24 hours, recovery without any residual effects will usually occur over several days.
  • Fearing residual effects, schools at many places remained closed on September 20.
  • The drug offers a small residual effect in ruminants unless and otherwise it is delivered by using a slow-release device.
  • The nuclear force results from the residual effects of the more fundamental strong force near the edges of the nucleons.
  • The ultra-short half-life gives zaleplon a unique advantage over other hypnotics because of its lack of next day residual effects on driving and other performance related skills.
  • A plea has the same immediate effects as a plea of guilty, but may have different residual effects or consequences in future actions.
  • Typically, MCMC sampling can only approximate the target distribution, as there is always some residual effect of the starting position.
  • Lormetazepam may be unsuitable for the elderly due to residual effects on memory and body sway which may result in falls.
  • Contact insecticides are generally used, minimizing the long lasting residual effects.
  • Conflict archaeology addresses any type of issue regardless of size or effect, more importantly the residual effects felt from the conflict itself upon the surrounding populations.
  • The cause of death was determined to be the result of the residual effects of torture to which Jin had been subjected.
  • Many scholars attribute this mindset to be the residual effects of slavery in the United States.
  • He spent much of the subsequent two years recovering and was eventually allowed to return to duty, though he still tires more quickly on his right-hand side than on his left and has other minor residual effects.
  • Through text and illustration, the autobiography retraces his father's steps through the Holocaust along with the residual effects of those events a generation later.
  • The songs address issues such as economic disenfranchisement, retributive gang violence, and downtrodden women, while analyzing their residual effects on individuals and families.
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