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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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The incident occurred during the trading session and consequentially required the stock exchange to cease trading until the incident could be resolved.
In a statement the Exchange said, "The incident occurred during the trading session and consequentially required the stock exchange to cease trading until the incident could be resolved.
Mr Le Blocq said: "We've had years of CPOs looming over us and consequentially our losses were severe.
Consequentially, prices rose in the country for the fourth consecutive month and grew at their fastest rate since the market peak of November, 2006.
Clients can expect the highest standard of finishing, services and customer care - elements which are at the heart of our promise to deliver experiences which are unmistakable, unforgettable and consequentially, unmissable," he added.
The GERD has led to strained relations with Sudan and Egypt, as it will greatly reduce the amount of water flow and consequentially reduce their share of Nile water.
Consequentially, that user will be locked out of the system and unable to start the car on a subsequent trip.
The role and functioning of schools are changing as well as what is expected of teachers (who face growing and diversified challenges); consequentially, well-being at the schools is endangered.
Consequentially, the long-term ratings on ABN AMRO Bank NV have been lowered to 'A' from 'A+'.
The idea is to make the New Delhi area, governed by the NDMC, into a " solar city" -- a city that harnesses the alternate energy source of solar power and consequentially reduces carbon emissions considerably.
Consequentially, customers are assured that the finished goods they buy will be of the best class.
Consequentially, most Bahrainis graduated from government schools face problem acclimatising to advanced English curricula in their universities and to understand what professors lecture about.