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Epiphenomenon

ep·i·phe·nom·e·non ( p -f -n m -n n ). n. pl.

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Menopause: Adaptation or Epiphenomenon?
Incongruity in Humour: Root Cause or Epiphenomenon?
merely an epiphenomenon of under-specification and listener choice.
Phonemic Segmentation as Epiphenomenon: Evidence from the
Haskins Laboratories Status Report on Speech Research. 1990, SR-101 /102,28 -40.
Is the 'Arbitrary Interpretation' a Semantic Epiphenomenon? Luis
a semantic epiphenomenon that involves the interpretation of different logical forms. 2.
Latent segments in Yowlumne: an epiphenomenon of template
Vancouver: Dept. of Linguistics, University of British Columbia, 2005. Latent segments in Yowlumne: an epiphenomenon of template satisfaction?

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S&P Introduces the Edsel
This was to take the angry-idiot shouting of TV, which is epiphenomenon, and make it phenomenon. It was the opposite of insight. It was also instantly refuted by the markets, which understand all the reasons US debt is virtually default-proof.
Both Sides Shoot The Messenger
This was to take the angry-idiot shouting of TV, which is epiphenomenon, and make it phenomenon. It was the opposite of insight. It was also instantly refuted by the markets, which understand all the reasons US debt is virtually default-proof.
America's oddball politics reverberate across the region
Whether the Tea Party represents a brief surge of extremism or a rising long-term trend, it appears to be in part an epiphenomenon of relative American decline clashing with still a undaunted idea of American exceptionalism.
Inferring Causation From Multiple Regression
Consequently, the available measures may appear to be associated with an outcome but this association may be an epiphenomenon because of the complex interactions between measured and unmeasured variables and outcomes.
Meltdown -- But Why?
That is, falls are often -- not always -- an epiphenomenon, if I have the right word, made by a small group of willful men within the markets and not connected with the larger economies. Yes, Italy has problems. Yes, the USA has problems.

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Epiphenomenon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An epiphenomenon (plural - epiphenomena) is a secondary phenomenon that occurs alongside or in parallel to a primary phenomenon.
Epiphenomenalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Epiphenomenon - Definition and More from the Free Merriam
Epiphenomenon | Define Epiphenomenon at Dictionary.com
Epiphenomenon definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
epiphenomenon - Definition of epiphenomenon at YourDictionary.com
noun pl a phenomenon that occurs with and seems to result from another but has no reciprocal effect or subsequent influence; Med.

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