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  • Consequently many did not want to serve, and men often fled from their ships.
  • Consequently many of them use it during the brief summer season when it is free from ice. Cited from Under the Great Bear, by Kirk Munroe
  • Consequently many remain today, some in collections and others still in service.
  • Consequently many houses and streets were built in the early 20th century to house a large railway population.
  • It stands high; and consequently many of the large and truly fine buildings can be seen at one glance. Cited from A Woman's Journey Round the World, by Ida Pfeiffer
  • Consequently many countries have a central bank that acts as lender of last resort.
  • Consequently many military brats live with the reality of risk to one or both parents even when there is no active war.
  • Consequently many of these great lords won prominent places in the history of literature in Ferrara. Cited from Lucretia Borgia, by Ferdinand Gregorovius
  • Consequently many of the New Zealand players were untested at the highest level of the game.
  • God is neither omnipotent nor omniscient, consequently many things must be unknown to him until they happen. Cited from Modern French Philosophy, J. Alexander Gunn
  • Consequently many entrance ways had two rows of columns that supported the roof and created a distinct space around the entrance.
  • Consequently many large railroad systems of heavy capitalization bid fair to run into difficulties on the first serious falling off in general business. Cited from The Railroad Builders, John Moody
  • It is the main transport route between Queensland and the Northern Territory, consequently many road trains use it.
  • Consequently many straggled away to Inverness and other places in search of food. Cited from Bonnie Prince Charlie, by G. A. Henty
  • Consequently many ingenious traps were laid for him, but to no purpose. Cited from History of Loudoun County, by James W. Head
  • Consequently many vessels were wrecked with a great amount of property, in which your Highness has also lost much. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 18, Ed. by Blair & Robertson
  • Consequently many people did not notice any difference in authorship and assumed the six-year gap in the series was because of the war.
  • Consequently many bird species became extinct, and others remain critically endangered.
  • Consequently many overlock machine companies established themselves in the Northeastern United States.
  • Steamboat traveling is universally condemned, though many go in boats, consequently many get lost. Cited from The Underground Railroad, by William Still
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