Inevitably, many of these applications will end up in production and IT operations will experience what we call the cloud boomerang effect
In fact, one doesn't have to be a great political scientist to know that the Da'esh violence, shocking and traumatic as it is, is in fact a mere boomerang effect
of even the more shocking terror carried out against Muslims by the U.
Additionally, the Marcus Graham Project and PepsiCo hosted a national event on #GivingTuesday as the official kick off to MGP's Capacity Building Campaign, The Boomerang Effect
, which was announced at the organization's annual gala in Dallas.
The allegations that serve as the pretext for the July 22 operation will have a boomerang effect
, because what we understand from the initial findings of the investigation is that the arguments of the government have been proven to be ungrounded.
The 2012 study said the tweets and Facebook posts probably did more to spread information outside the affected countries and could have led to "a boomerang effect
that brought international pressure to bear on autocratic regimes.
Essentially, it would be like a boomerang effect
on the economy.
There is no telling how powerful the boomerang effect
of compensatory ethics might be.
Government Health Warnings and the Boomerang Effect
The boomerang effect
was also felt in the FTSE 250 Index, which on Monday saw its biggest ever points fall of 363 points.
This is why they will have a boomerang effect
if not proven.
This counterintuitive boomerang effect
is supported by a growing body of research.
Stephanie Mendez with her daughter Samantha who has returned to live at the parental home Picture: Patrick Olner