Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
In 1979 and 1980, I seemed to have an affinity for adverse fallout.
While number crunching and bean counting has certainly not fallen out of style in recent memory, the economic fallout of the past few years has placed renewed focus on financial regulation.
Sheltered gardens in the Aftertime protect from volcanic ash fallout, not intense sunlight.
It was only after Jol's fallout with Dimitar Berbatov, which coincided with Spurs' worst start for 19 years, one win in 10 league games, that the Dutchman was dismissed in October 2007.
Their destructive effects include not only a Blast equivalent to thousands of tons of TNT But also Blinding light, searing heat, and lethal radioactive fallout.
As became clear in the fallout from 1998, banks that were aware of LTCM's loss-making positions had a real advantage.
And hence the other big criticism of this week's deal: that if it had been done earlier, the fallout from Mr Kim's nuclear nose-thumbing would have been better contained.
At Chernobyl in 1986, there was a large escape of nuclear fallout into the atmosphere.
If it takes six hours for people in the vicinity to evacuate, then calculations show that nearly everyone downwind of the blast within approximately five kilometers would still killed fallout, and half the inhabitants eight kilometers away would die.
In light of the recent terrorist attacks on the U.S. and the resulting economic fallout, Avon -- along with the rest of the world -- is facing tough times.