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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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sentence to avoid the collateral consequence. (98) In other words,
In the study of Ortu et al., (2008), the combination of responses were the IBCs that produced the aggregate product, which was the sum of the individual consequences. (The sum was only possible as a result of a particular combination of participants" responses.) The cultural consequence was the presentation of the market gains or losses, which added or subtracted points for the group contingent on the aggregate product of the IBC.
"What we found is that our participants clearly made admission decisions on the basis of the proximal consequence. They would admit to having done some criminal or unethical behavior in order to avoid answering repetitive questions.
Prosecutors do take collateral consequences into account in resolving criminal charges, but may look at each case individually, leading to disparate results.
This leads to statements with the following structure: "Because" of a fact or existing condition, "an event" may occur, resulting in a negative impact or "consequence" to a program objective.
To be sure, prosecutors will not always know every potential collateral consequence facing a defendant when deciding what charges, if any, to file in a given case.
Some of the most well-known collateral consequences include being prohibited from voting or owning a firearm, but there are thousands of other, less well-known consequences that vary by jurisdiction, type and duration.
The materials either described positive outcomes or negative consequences as a result of their personal drinking experience.
When are we willing to endure short-term pain for long-term positive consequences? Why and when do we procrastinate?
Employees arrived at places for elimination of the consequences. Water pumping works have already been completed in micro districts.
The senator explained that the consequences could include a cross default provision, which would trigger a domino effect if one contract will be defaulted.
"Kids need consequences for bad behavior," parents often say.