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consequence

(kŏn′sē-kwĕns)
1. Any result, conclusion, or effect.
2. In psychology, the end result of a behavior, which may be positive, negative, or neutral.
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From 132 KV Peshawar Fort's grid station, power supply will remain off on October 25 and 31 from 8 am to 11 am and consequently consumers of 11 Kv Shahi Bagh feeders will face difficulty.
Consequently, "I wish to call on all Christians to collaborate cordially and courageously with all people of good will who are serving the family in accordance with their responsibility" (Familiaris consortio, 86), so that by joining forces in a legitimate plurality of initiatives they will contribute to the promotion of the authentic good of the family in contemporary society.
Consequently, we were able to build outstanding facilities, to offer good staff salaries, and to fund a significant scholarship program.
Consequently, certain considerations should be taken into account when computing the amount of the CERT taint.
Consequently, these nontraditional vendors must be protected; the government project manager or team lead must look after their interests.
Consequently, these ideas, which could have prevailed last year, and might have possibly won next year, are put in danger.
Consequently, although depreciation nominally is an expense for tax purposes, it did not actually reduce taxable income in this case.
Observers within and outside the country have told us of the widespread antipathy of young people (over half the population of Iran is under 30) towards the religious figures who run the country, and consequently of religion itself.
Consequently, they do not require laborious material handling and (potentially dangerous) two-roll milling.
Consequently, there is a growing recognition of the need to elevate students' hands-on experience, in advanced computing courses, above and beyond the requirements of traditional course assignments and projects (Moore 2002; Paxton, 2001).
Consequently, the financial aid office had to first identify and send applications to potentially eligible recipients, then collect the completed applications and send them to the donor.
Consequently, there is still much uncertainty regarding the potential exposure for insurance and reinsurance companies as a result of potential covered losses from acts of terrorism.