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consequential

(Deducible), adjective derivative, following, inferential, resultant, sequential
Associated concepts: consequential contempt, consequennial damages

consequential

(Substantial), adjective authoritative, considerable, eminent, great, important, influential, powerful, self-important, significant, weighty
See also: considerable, contingent, crucial, decisive, derivative, grave, important, influential, major, material, momentous, outstanding, powerful, prominent, remarkable, renowned, serious, strategic, substantial
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That would be the only score of the consequential match.
Faces and gestures emerge from the crowd with distinct individuality yet seem disconnected from any context in which they might be consequential.
IRS also demanded the payment of NGN3m in consequential damages for the number of days its damaged aircraft could not operate.
The Supreme Court of Georgia ruled in a partial condemnation that it was error to exclude evidence of consequential damages to the remainder of the landowners' property.
He said the SEC remains, nonetheless, enthusiastic about the IASC's standards project and that any delay in producing a final set of standards would not be consequential.
The source of liberalization, as Victor Turner noted in "Liminal to Liminoid in Play, Flow, and Ritual: An Essay in Comparative Symbology" in Rice University Studies (1974), was the advent of technology in the late Middle Ages, which valorized individual talents and creativity over fixed authority structures and which was particularly consequential in Italy.
This distribution agreement and the addition of Souriau to our supplier partner lineup extends Digi-Key's offering of sealed connectors suitable for harsh environments," said Mark Larson, Digi-Key president and COO, "and I am certain these products will be of consequential interest and appeal for many of Digi-Key's customers.
In addition, there are a number of minor consequential bills to amend tax laws flowing from the increase in the Medicare levy, including fringe benefits tax and excess contributions tax, which will maintain the integrity of the tax system.
The debate over California is leading up to what may be the most consequential tactical decision for Dole in the closing weeks of the campaign.
Discussion is routed through the (I think) misleadingly clinical idiom of classical rhetoric - catachresis and metalepsis are the most consequential diagnoses - and the politics under interrogation is "the politics of the simile," etc.
The family sued Finkle for its lost investments and consequential damages.
The suit seeks $561 million for compensatory and consequential damages for alleged violations of the Virginia Antitrust Act, including alleged anticompetitive efforts of CNX to dominate and maintain its control over the market for the production and transportation of coalbed methane gas from the Oakwood Field in Buchanan County, Virginia and for CNX's alleged efforts to conspire and act in concert with Island Creek Coal Company and others to dominate and maintain control over the market for the production and transportation of coalbed methane gas from the Oakwood Field in violation of the Virginia Antitrust Act and Virginia statutory and common law.