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Corollary

A consequence or result that can be logically drawn from the existence of a set of facts by the exercise of common sense and reason.

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A corrolary question is, should retailers utilize their current distribution centers that are generally designed to send multiple items to stores, or should separate centers be set up to handle Internet orders?
This leads to Huntington's Concealed Carry Corrolary: if a person is carrying a gun in a holster, but perhaps he's not quite, you know, legally empowered to carry a gun, the odds are he's a good guy.
It has, as I have noted, become popular to announce with great fanfare the death of Cartesian epistemology and to assert as a corrolary that since Cartesian certainty is not to be had, there is no reasonable basis for preferring one opinion to another.