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The minimum-wage hike is important here, but perhaps more consequential are the aftershocks the latter move would create for both parties in the future when they are relegated to the minority.Why a Debate on the Minimum Wage Could Spark a D.C. Meltdown|Philip Elliott|March 2, 2021|TIme
For three months now I have not been able to recover from the aftershock from the recent events in Belarus.
Kimye Heads Back to Vogue: Brace yourselves for the aftershock.Anna Wintour Hosts DNC Fundraiser; Kimye Heads Back to 'Vogue'|The Fashion Beast Team|May 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One aftershock was significant enough—6.6 magnitude—that some seismologists were describing it as a secondary, full-blown quake.Japan's First Dark Night After the Earthquake and Tsunami|Lennox Samuels|March 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST