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  • Everything is consequently very much where it was this morning before the engagement took place. Cited from Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris, by Henry Labouchere
  • He was consequently very quick indeed, and wanted to answer all the hard questions put to the other boys. Cited from Italian Journeys, by William Dean Howells
  • This spirit animated all our work, which was consequently very different from our opponents. Cited from The Fifth Leicestershire, by J.D. Hills
  • There was consequently very little possibility that the medium could obtain information about him by normal means. Cited from Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research, by Michael Sage
  • Consequently very little is known about M. gonavensis, and further study is needed.
  • The masks are worn throughout very long performances and are consequently very light.
  • It was consequently very difficult to pin down responsibility for bad work.
  • He was no longer able to ride, and his movements were consequently very tedious. Cited from The History of England, by T.F. Tout
  • His father was a notary public, and consequently very well off.
  • But in our own country the people are so many that there is little room for game, which is consequently very scarce. Cited from The Adventures of Dick Maitland, by Harry Collingwood
  • The land is consequently very low, almost perfectly level, and is covered by a network of canals. Cited from Rembrandt, by Estelle M. Hurll
  • She consequently very seldom visited Cowfold, and very seldom wrote to her brother. Cited from Miriam's Schooling and Other Papers, by Mark Rutherford
  • Consequently very many steal, very many beg, and very many starve to death. Cited from Forty Years in South China, by Rev. John Gerardus Fagg
  • Each particle being kept separate from its fellows is consequently very rapidly acted upon by the gases. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, Vol. XXXII, No. 819, Sep. 12, 1891
  • Travelling, from the disorders of the country, must have been extremely dangerous, and consequently very rare. Cited from Life of Adam Smith, by John Rae
  • It is consequently very hard to find today, as of 2014.
  • The iron of Lincoln Island, as has been said, was of excellent quality, and consequently very fit for being drawn out. Cited from The Mysterious Island, by Jules Verne
  • He had lost some of it to Frank, and was consequently very desirous of seeing the latter brought to the same condition as himself. Cited from The Drummer Boy, by John Trowbridge
  • Many of the smaller animals which live in the sea are as transparent as glass, and are consequently very difficult to distinguish. Cited from A Book of Natural History, by Various
  • He seldom wore boots, and was consequently very liable to have his feet wet. Cited from The Life of Nelson, Vol. II. (of 2), by A. T. (Alfred Thayer) Mahan
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