com)-- A Ripple Effect
reminds you - what happens to us doesn't have to define or control you.
The service you provide to clients creates a ripple effect
that can build up or tear down all the hard work you've invested.
Every choice we make creates a ripple effect
on our lives and those of others round about us.
Willow and cottonwood are returning in northern Yellowstone, and a ripple effect
Many initiatives have arisen since then, generating a ripple effect
in which 'you put a stone in the water and it continues further and further'.
Record-breaking gas prices are changing the way Southern Californians live - pinching budgets, rearranging commutes and having a ripple effect
across the economy.
While radical changes are unlikely, any change could cause a ripple effect
that would unsettle the delicate balance between boom and bust.
That is, the painting must seem to expand beyond the canvas, so that its abstractness seems unlimitable--a surge of alternative vision, with the inner recognition of primary process (what Husserl called inner time consciousness and Bergson called duration) as a ripple effect
The rising cost of fuel has the potential to create a ripple effect
throughout the economy.
Latham--who is not involved in the latest rumored deal--said, "The Downtown market is largely dependent on the financial services sector, and there's a ripple effect
when financial firms start adding jobs.
Guerrero's signing will create a ripple effect
throughout the organization, both on the field and in future years.
Also, Standard & Poor's assumed that there would be a ripple effect
on all other California credits that would result in lowered ratings and higher capital charges.
Said Purdue head coach Joe Tiller, ``You see a guy like Drew in a high-profile sport and he's succeeding academically, it has a ripple effect
on the entire athletic program.
By delivering back to youth a sense of belonging to something good and wholesome, I hope a ripple effect