hence

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  • Hence the young king was left without the resources his father had enjoyed.
  • Hence, there is lot of science to be discovered when working with materials.
  • Hence the country is becoming less self-sufficient by the day.
  • It is also almost always used as the final tone (hence the name).
  • Hence call to mind, come to mind, keep in mind, to have mind of, etc.
  • Hence it is better to say that such things cannot be done, than that God cannot do them.
  • Hence they can be difficult to install in deep water without special equipment.
  • The traditional way producing it is by hands, hence the name.
  • Between and, trains run beneath the north-south, hence the name.
  • Hence, all devils in a region are part of a single social network.
  • Country music and western music were frequently played together on the same radio stations, hence the term country and western music.
  • Hence Louis supported his mother during her war with William.
  • Hence, the band have been cited as an influence by many other musicians.
  • Hence, if they have similar masses then their weights will also be similar.
  • During the preceding years, the city was seen as only a regional centre, and hence received little attention.
  • Hence, the problem is known to need more than exponential run time.
  • Hence the need for a new science of engine dynamics was born.
  • Hence, research results from more developed nations are becoming more accessible to scientists from non-developed countries.
  • In fact, women were tied to domestic work hence were almost invisible in development programs.
  • Hence they did not enjoy good relations with the Catholic Church.
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Meaning of hence

  • adverb From this place
    get thee hence!
  • adverb From this time
    a year hence it will be forgotten