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consequence

(Conclusion), noun aftereffect, aftermath, climax, completion, conclusion, consummation, culmination, decision, deduction, denouement, derivation, derivative, determination, effect, emanation, ensual, eventuality, final result, finale, finding, finish, fruition, illation, logical result, offshoot, outcome, outgrowth, product, reaction, resolution, response, result, resultant action, settlement, upshot, verdict
Associated concepts: consequential benefits, consequential contempt, consequential contracts, consequential dammges, consequential injuries, consequential loss
Foreign phrases: Consuetudo non trahitur in conseqenniam.Custom is not drawn into consequence. Non officit conatus nisi sequatur effectus. An attempt does not harm unless a consequence follows. Officit conatus si effectus sequatur. The attempt becomes of consequence, if the effect follows.

consequence

(Significance), noun accent, auctoritas, base, basis, core, distinction, effect, essence, essential quallty, force, germ, heart, import, importance, influence, magnitude, marrow, materialness, meaning, merit, notable feature, nucleus, point, primary element, principle, prominence, purport, quintessence, relevance, self-consequence, self-importance, seriousness, soul, substance, usefulness, vital part
See also: amount, clout, concern, conclusion, degree, development, effect, eminence, emphasis, follow-up, force, import, importance, influence, interest, magnitude, outcome, outgrowth, prestige, primacy, reputation, result, strength, toll, value, weight
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This Article also proposes that collateral consequences be factored into the determination of what procedural safeguards are afforded a criminal defendant.
While some collateral consequences have an important, specific function--for instance, preventing someone who has been convicted of a sex offense from serving as a foster parent --others apply broadly to anyone with a criminal conviction, regardless of whether the consequence is relevant to that person's crime and whether they are likely to reoffend.
For instance, she notes that eating dinner could be a matter of choosing positive consequences, or it could be a matter of simply avoiding the negative consequences of hunger, depending on how good a cook you are.
Cultural studies not only concentrate on the relationship between a response and their consequences for the organism, but also on the inter-relations among the different reinforcement contingencies, which describe the behavior of the members of a group, and may be referred to as interlocking behavioral contingencies, or IBCs.
However, in the second experiment, the subjects were again interviewed about their prior criminal and unethical behaviors but this time, the proximal and distal consequences were reversed from the first experiment.
Jeremy Travis has appropriately described these collateral consequences as "invisible punishment.
Similarly, as students progressed through ninth and 10th grades, they grew less likely to report only positive consequences of not having sex and more likely to report only negative ones.
When they have finished, begin a discussion by asking, What are short-term and long-term consequences that can be caused by drug abuse?
If your call center has no real consequences associated with schedule adherence, then think about what happens to two agents seated side by side.
Connecting tax decisions to their consequences depends first on repairing some of the abuses of the political process that keep them separate.
First, we conducted a literature review to identify current estimates of prevalence and the adverse consequences associated with use of these drugs.

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