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repercussions
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • His life seemed to have drawn near to eternity; every thought, word, and deed, every instance of consciousness could be made to revibrate radiantly in heaven; and at times his sense of such immediate repercussion was so lively that he seemed to feel his soul in devotion pressing like fingers the keyboard of a great cash register and to see the amount of his purchase start forth immediately in heaven, not as a number but as a frail column of incense or as a slender flower.

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  • The political repercussions of the scandal are still unclear.
  • The loss of so many jobs is expected to have significant repercussions on the local economy.

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