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fallout

n. the results of something; the flack from something. The fallout from this afternoon’s meeting was not as serious as some expected.
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About Bethesda Game Studios Bethesda Game Studios is the award-winning development studio known around the world for its groundbreaking work on The Elder Scrolls series and the Fallout series.
The Fallout 4 release date has been confirmed as November 10, 2015.
scientists to test an infrequently needed national capability for detecting and monitoring nuclear fallout over a wide network.
The Vegas strip is presented in the unique style of Fallout and contains some fabulous settings, adventures and characters.
Released on October 28 in North America at midnight store openings in over 2,000 retail outlets nationwide jammed with fans eager to get the game, Fallout 3 quickly became one of the industry's top sellers around the world.
However, whereas Fable 2 plays out in what is a bright rolling landscape with regular comic relief, Fallout is its polar opposite.
As Fall Out Boy (the name was nicked from superhero Radioactive Man's sidekick, Fallout Boy, on TV's "The Simpsons"), the quartet drew from hardcore's intensity and high-energy presentation as a basis for melody-drenched pop-punk with a heavy debt to the "emo" (emotional punk-
A highly accessible true story of how an ordinary man proved capable of a military master stroke, and the fallout thereafter when the territory he claimed was retaken by Union troops.
Written by Vancouver resident Sharon English, Zero Gravity is an anthology of stories, mostly set in Vancouver, that offer intimate character portraits of individuals who are, either creatively or destructively, coping with the "zero gravity" state of being out of synch with life, or the sudden shock and fallout from accidents of fate.
Not only did the people who were exposed to radioactive fallout not get sick and die as predicted, they were healthier than those who were not exposed to the fallout.
On Thursday at Liberty's in Town, Middlesbrough, The Hitchers and The Madison Fallout will appear to raise funds for Grangetown's Backstreet Theatre Group.
Workers inspecting New York's Brooklyn Bridge in March became accidental archaeologists when they discovered a relic of the Cold War: Deep inside the 123-year-old bridge's foundation was a fallout shelter stocked with water drums, medical kits, and 352,000 canisters of "survival crackers.
If one looks at the graph of fallout in Britain it is clear that most of the fallout occurred before Trawsfynydd came on load in 1965 and the small peak in 1986 shows that the material deposited from Chernobyl is only a fraction of that from the US and Russian atmospheric nuclear weapons tests in the northern hemisphere in the early 1960s
What I find amazing is that the other parties bound to be affected by the financial fallout of moldy properties--real estate investors, lenders, developers, and ratings agencies--have not taken the hint from insurers and moved equally fast to reduce their risks.
ECUSA), that, "It is futile to ask them to apologize for something they continue to believe is right, even though they could not have anticipated the fallout that has resulted.