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  • There are different ways in which the development may be retarded, and which consequently must be avoided. Cited from Chess and Checkers, by Edward Lasker
  • Such manufactures must be sold as cheap abroad as any other foreign goods of the same quality and kind, and consequently must be sold cheaper at home. Cited from Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith
  • At least, if they are, they act differently, and consequently must be -- er -- wooed differently. Cited from The Money Moon, by Jeffery Farnol
  • Most of the winning Pugs of the present day are undershot at least half an inch, and consequently must be upfaced. Cited from Dogs and All About Them, by Robert Leighton
  • From his description of this mountain it must be more than twice the height of the highest peaks seen anywhere on the lower river, and consequently must be ten or twelve thousand feet above the sea. Cited from Klondyke Nuggets, by Joseph Ladue
  • Thenceforth the fallen man labors as a brute, and consequently must be treated as a brute. Cited from The Philosophy of Misery, by P. J. Proudhon
  • These people are yet in a rude state; and, if we may judge from circumstances and appearances, are frequently at war, not only with their neighbours, but among themselves; consequently must be jealous of every new face. Cited from Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World Volume 2, James Cook
  • If governments, as Mr. Burke asserts, are not founded on the Rights of Man, and are founded on any rights at all, they consequently must be founded on the right of something that is not man. Cited from The Rights Of Man, by Thomas Paine
  • The exception to which we refer is Marcion's Gospel, which was, we think, based upon our third Synoptic, and consequently must be accepted as evidence of the existence of that work. Cited from A Reply to Dr. Lightfoot's Essays, by Walter R. Cassels
  • The winning number consequently must be one between 9670 and 9679, so there was now one chance out of ten for Ole Kamp's ticket to win the prize. Cited from Ticket No. "9672", by Jules Verne [Tr.: Laura E. Kendall]
  • We have laid a ground of direct proof before you, that the Nabob's being at Chunar, that his proceedings there, and that all his acts were so dictated, and consequently must be so construed. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. XII (of 12), by Burke
  • The silence of Homer indicates that the Dorian conquest of Peloponnesus must have taken place subsequent to the time of the poet, and consequently must be assigned to a much later date than the one usually attributed to it.
  • It is remarkable, that this letter of the earl of Clare was written in the first year of Charles's reign; and consequently must be meant of the general genius of the government, not the spirit or temper of the monarch. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. I, Part D, by David Hume
  • Wheel wells tend to be much larger than the diameter of the tire, because they do not move with the tire suspension and consequently must be large enough to allow the full range of tire motion on the suspension without touching the interior of the wheel well.
  • To rescue the blind from idleness is, unquestionably, of itself a great blessing, as it preserves them from an infinite number of vices, and consequently must be approved by the moralist. Cited from Paris As It Was and As It Is,by Francis W. Blagdon
  • On the other hand, they are united by many intermediate links, and it is very doubtful whether these links are hybrids; and there is, as it seems to me, an overwhelming amount of experimental evidence, showing that they descend from common parents, and consequently must be ranked as varieties. Cited from On the Origin of Species, by Charles Darwin
  • All this while the financiers of England were bombarded with arguments and prophecies of evil, but her geologists pointed out clearly that Australian and Californian products were almost entirely from the washing of alluvial sands and consequently must be very temporary. Cited from If Not Silver, What?, by John W. Bookwalter
  • Jerry meets Karen, Miss Rhode Island (Marguerite MacIntyre), who is competing in the Miss America pageant and consequently must be chaperoned on her date with Jerry; Kramer fills the role and quickly becomes her personal coach.