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  • Info A consequent is the second half of a hypothetical proposition. more...
  • They save the ship, but consequent damage leaves them lost in space.
  • The consequent civil wars led to changes at every level of Roman society.
  • They were given one, however, any consequent fault would mean death.
  • Hall felt the consequent wide shot "worked perfectly for the tone of the scene".
  • The historical function of beauty has again been the creation of conflicts and consequent change.
  • It has large influence in the consequent world order.
  • The same effect may be achieved with two consequent wyes if the location allows for space.
  • Making films became difficult because of his poor health due to extreme alcoholism and consequent diseases.
  • The down side is the consequent unavailability for its regular users whilst those events are being held.
  • The consequent measure has two strokes and is called the two-side.
  • The second part is continuous --the earlier part is a consequent passage.
  • The first is true since both the antecedent and the consequent are true.
  • This was because of limited competition in manufacturing capability and its consequent cost.
  • Rain became a consequent feature in many of his novels.
  • When she backs off from jumping over a stone wall, the consequent fall causes her horse severe injury.
  • Some properties were moved up three or even four bands with consequent large increases in the amount of council tax demanded.
  • This does not mean, however, that they have little or no effect on one's opinions and consequent actions.
  • The four help him in his endeavor and the consequent adventures form the rest of the story.
  • Main series While the main series is numbered, each individual game takes place either before or after a consequent installation.
  • No consequent debate took place around this law.
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