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  • The only difference is that open-air work means better health, and consequently more power to work long hours. Cited from Letters to Helen, by Keith Henderson
  • The supervision of the public school is more responsible, and consequently more perfect. Cited from Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions, by George S. Boutwell
  • More and more lines were built and consequently more and more tracks and train sheds were needed.
  • Silver was less prevalent in China than in Europe and consequently more valuable.
  • The rise of journalism meant more independent writing, and consequently more writing critical of the state of affairs in the county.
  • A smaller shell meant that the gun could be lighter and consequently more mobile.
  • Mental phenomena are considered more complicated than those of matter, and consequently more mysterious. Cited from Lectures Of Col. Ingersoll, V1, by R. G. Ingersoll
  • In a later work I may be enabled to state my position more amply and consequently more clearly. Cited from Varieties of Religious Experience, by Wm. James
  • But I was getting more and more lonely and consequently more and more inclined to speak to people and want friends. Cited from Highways in Hiding, by George Oliver Smith
  • Mauleverer woke the morning after the ball in better health than usual, and consequently more in love than ever. Cited from Paul Clifford, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 4
  • He had more rank, consequently more rooms, than we had, and their quarters were very comfortable and attractive. Cited from Vanished Arizona, by Martha Summerhayes
  • Canadian agriculture was consequently more successful than U.S. agriculture in this arid region.
  • Friction caused by diversity of aim and interest became consequently more and more frequent. Cited from Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 21, Editor: Charles F. Horne
  • Also, he was more intelligent, and consequently more dangerous. Cited from The Loudwater Mystery, by Edgar Jepson
  • He was more tipsy than he had ever been known to be at that hour of the morning, and consequently more savage. Cited from A Girl of the People, by L. T. Meade
  • I cannot bear absolute idleness; my ears grow every day more useless to me, my eyes consequently more necessary. Cited from Life Of Johnson, V1, by Boswell, ed. Birkbeck Hill
  • Under her leadership, the alliance become more organized, secretive, sophisticated and consequently more powerful.
  • Some thought the station destaffing plan would lead to potential evasion increases, and consequently more general crime.
  • There will be more business done in the same line than ever, but more will be doing it, and consequently more will share in the profits. Cited from Confiscation, An Outline, by William Greenwood
  • A larger active plate area and consequently more power is obtained for a given width, improving efficiency.
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