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  • Consequently, in their lives as rivers they are still thought to be with him.
  • Consequently, the different levels of government established strong cultural protection laws and institutions.
  • Consequently he is considered an early founder of modern game theory.
  • Consequently, under the traditional approach there is only one language of first-order logic.
  • Consequently, any price increase will result in the loss of some customers.
  • Consequently, fishing has long been a major activity in the area.
  • Consequently, most modern engines will play many endgames well enough on their own.
  • Consequently, much of the inner city is a high-rise free zone.
  • Consequently, many institutions of learning have been named after him.
  • Consequently they proposed a new system for Africa, the Three-stage System.
  • Consequently there was relatively little peace during this time.
  • One must continuously search for unknown words, and consequently interest is lost.
  • The air is generally very dry; consequently, the daily and annual range of temperature is quite large.
  • Consequently, there are many places named after him.
  • Consequently, no one view can claim to represent the absolute truth.
  • Consequently only its most notable performances are listed below.
  • Consequently these models all express a power-law relationship between the variance and the mean.
  • Consequently, they do not have any sense of belongingness in the long term.
  • Consequently, results have shown that those who sleep less do poorly.
  • Consequently, numerous health facilities were then set up.
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Meaning of consequently

  • adverb (sentence connectors) because of the reason given
    consequently, he didn't do it, continued to have severe headaches and accordingly returned to the doctor
  • adverb As a consequence
    he had good reason to be grateful for the opportunities which they had made available to him and which consequently led to the good position he now held