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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of cascading in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of cascading in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of cascading in a Sentence

  1. Carol Levine:

    There is a cascading effect : the financial drain for the older person’s care means fewer resources not only for the caregiver but also for the younger generation’s education and future prospects, the immediate need for assistance is so compelling that future needs are often disregarded.

  2. Kristin Dziczek:

    It's difficult to say when it will start to bite here, i would expect to see a cascading global impact by the end of February if Chinese production doesn't come back [ this week ]. All automakers have a supply chain war room going on right now to determine what they can be doing. But China is so huge, there is no way they can not be impacted.

  3. Lim Chee Meng:

    It can lead to cascading effects down the road that can contribute to safety issues, which is a big problem.

  4. Sam Stovall:

    It could have a cascading effect on the global economy and corporate profit growth, which could cause shares to become overvalued.

  5. Richard Isaacson:

    Regular use of the flu vaccine, especially starting at an early age, may help prevent viral infections that could cause cascading effects on the immune system and inflammatory pathways. These viral infections may trigger Alzheimers related cognitive decline.

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