The CVS move will undoubtedly create a domino effect among other pharmacy chains.
This first session set off a domino effect of unexpected proportions.
One hopes that Mustafa's success—like Obama's—has a domino effect.
Because it is a domino in an Israeli effort to take over Palestinian villages in the south Hebron Hills.
The ouster of President Hosni Mubarak will not set off a domino effect in the region, Parag Khanna says.
A glance at the secret mark on the domino told me there was no mistake.
"I don't understand you," replied the domino in a dignified way.
Promptly at ten o'clock look around you for a domino in plain black.
The domino had risen, and was unmasked—his face was that of the Duc d'Olivares.
Under the long sleeves of her domino her small hands were tightly clasped together.
1801, from French domino (1771), perhaps (on comparison of the black tiles of the game) from the meaning "hood with a cloak worn by canons or priests" (1690s), from Latin dominus "lord, master" (see domain), but the connection is not clear. Klein thinks it might be directly from dominus, "because he who has first disposed his pieces becomes 'the master.' " Metaphoric use in geopolitics is from April 1954, first used by U.S. President Eisenhower in a "New York Times" piece, in reference to what happens when you set up a row of dominos and knock the first one down.