Domino effect

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Domino effect refers to a small change repeated over and over until a gradual larger change has been produced. It can also be thought of as a chain reaction. If you line up 100 dominoes in close proximity and tip one domino into another domino, the result should be that all 100 dominoes fall over, a domino effect.