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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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At first blush, the choice to file a misdemeanor charge involving a severe collateral consequence may appear to be a win-win for both sides: prosecutors can pursue the case in a more efficient manner, and the defendant is exposed to less potential incarceration.
Users can navigate to their state of residence and then sort by a number of criteria, including type of crime and category of consequence.
Thus, while some social phenomena, such as imitation and reciprocal exchange, involve interlocking contingencies, they are not metacontingencies, due to the lack of a cultural consequence that selects the IBCs.
What we found is that our participants clearly made admission decisions on the basis of the proximal consequence.
The proportion reporting any negative consequence rose from 8% to 23% among sexually inexperienced students, from 38% to 70% among those who reported sexual experience on their initial survey and from 24% to 60% among those who first had sex during ninth or 10th grade.
If you can catch someone demonstrating desirable behaviors, then you will want to immediately apply a positive consequence.
Connecting tax decisions to their consequences depends first on repairing some of the abuses of the political process that keep them separate.
But Resnik, who has suppressed the memory of a violent act he committed, will continue to be haunted by a phantom pain that has him night-crawling cafes and chatting up people who aren't there anymore until he acknowledges his guilt and faces the consequences of his violence.
At the end of this march to shatter fundamental, natural linkages (and not, as is said, only those that are cultural), there are unimaginable consequences which, however, derive from the very logic that lies at the base of a venture of this kind.
The consequence must be applied consistently, meaning that whenever the bad behavior occurs, the consequence must be applied.
Proposing prospective scenarios and foreseeing all the public health consequences of antimicrobial bacterial resistance is difficult.