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consequential

(Deducible), adjective derivative, following, inferential, resultant, sequential
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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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Flow and system diagrams present architectonic issues that are temporarily removed from theoretical and conceptual considerations, and are focused on the effects and forces of sun, wind, rain and consequentially ventilation, heating, cooling and sustainability.
The market typically slumps after the busy summer season and consequentially the inventory of homes on the market is building.
At the same time, he crossed paths with Nico (the Factory muse who would go on to sing with the Velvet Underground) and even more consequentially with Viva, the Warhol "superstar" whom Auder would marry in Las Vegas in 1969.
Horizontal index trunnions provide access to three sides of the workpiece, allowing complete machining in one loading and, consequentially, driving significant production increases on vertical machining centers.
Consequentially, students spend more time and money earning their associate or baccalaureate degrees because of remediation.
These contests involved both rhetorical salvos--the pen over the sword--and physical trials of fist and flesh and, far more consequentially, bullets and bombs.
That notion of a 'text' represents the assumption that a certain form of consciousness has been able to dictate the terms of its own material constraints, and consequentially remains, in some crucial sense, unbound" (12).
Although recently a great deal of funds have been invested in many "Stay in School" projects in Canada, the tendency has been to focus on those adolescents who have already decided to cease their studies, and consequentially, these efforts may prove to be too little, too late.
This will certainly lead to lower bookmaker attendances, particularly at small midweek meetings, and consequentially to higher margins.
Thus, Herbert's poetry serves to chronicle and manifest the doctrine of Christ's salvific "art" and, consequentially, Herbert's own poetic art.
leading to predictions of a "coming storm" of youth violence perpetrated by "superpredators;" consequentially, criminal correction occupies a disproportionate place in society's juvenile policy.
Under the fifth reauthorisation of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA), the government also benefits, since generic drugs will be introduced in a shorter timeframe, consequentially lowering spending on Medicare.