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1. His broken nose and consequent nasal voice.
2. Some consequent action was necessary; yet what?
3. The consequent rolldown return gives roughly a 0.
4. Knowing you've chosen your job, and enjoying the consequent.
5. As they buy again there is a consequent recovery in the price.
6. As the consequent, you would fail to undergo this step and the.
7. Stress and the consequent anxiety are making increasing inroads into.

8. The fall of Carthage, and the consequent elevation of Rome, is the second.
9. Even a small spine can inflict a bad prick with consequent risk of infection.
10. Knowledge gaining and consequent power is what determines growth and evolution.
11. Whatsoever therefore is consequent to a time of war, where every man is enemy to.
12. An overemphasis on top-down factors and a consequent downgrading of bottom-up considerations.
13. And I had heard of the death of her husband, from an accident consequent on his ill-treatment of a horse.
14. Since consequent capital gains augment any rolling yield advantage that long bonds have, the PFs exceed 1.
15. On this law are based the consequent laws of numeration, then of addition, and of the whole of mathematics.
16. The entrance of the Judge, and a consequent great stir and settling down in the court, stopped the dialogue.
17. A belief in the primacy of the income account and a consequent downgrading of balance sheet–related elements.
18. He had begun to have an alarmed foresight of her irrevocable loss of love for him, and the consequent dreariness of their life.
19. A feeling of inferiority vis-à-vis the European and a consequent instinctive rejection of his values and his presence in their country.
20. These were, I shortly found, connected almost solely with the dusty nature of the job, and the consequent thirst engendered in the operators.
21. All we have to do is be patient, wait, and then apply VPA to the consequent price action, coupled with our pivots which highlight the journey.
22. That would mean the consequent loss of millions of dollars for the treasury, and a significant financial lost to those concerned with the deal.
23. Showing the bulk and formation under water and the consequent danger to vessels even without actual contact with the visible part of the iceberg.
24. That in consequence of this mode of treatment, the pain was immediately allayed, and the consequent inflammation and intumescence were prevented.
25. If we consider only the company’s figures there was evidently a loss for the period, with a consequent shrinkage in the value of the common stock.
26. Thus it follows that there exists a primacy of the income account and a consequent denigration of other elements that make up the accounting cycle.
27. They are taught that their consequent deficiencies in verbal and analytical ability have little to do with lack of discipline, effort, or talent.
28. Or a benefactor's veto might impose such a negation on a man's life that the consequent blank might be more cruel than the benefaction was generous.
29. That foundation was an antecedent belief in the natural immortality of mankind, and their consequent destiny either to endless misery or endless joy.
30. Consequent upon these concerted efforts an important meeting was called at Zulimistan industrial city New Dork by Zulimistan thinkers association (ZTA).
31. He imagined, and calmly could he imagine it, that her extravagance, and consequent distress, had obliged her to dispose of it for some immediate relief.
32. But there was a calm, a rest, a virtuous hush, consequent on these examinations of our affairs that gave me, for the time, an admirable opinion of myself.
33. ILLUSTRATING, D, RHYTHMIC INFLUENCE OF VERTICAL LINES; E, THE INTRODUCTION OF SOME VARIETY; F, THE DESTRUCTION OF THE VERTICAL AND CONSEQUENT LOSS OF REPOSE.
34. Then he bided his time to cross the sphere of the proximate loss to avoid the insurer’s stricter scrutiny and the consequent delay in the claim settlement.
35. By contrast, a conversion privilege can result in higher income only through actual exchange into the stock and consequent surrender of the senior position.
36. The others were more interested in my weekend, and most of the conversation centred on my initial meeting with Charlotte, and the consequent run in with Stan.
37. My father's grief, and consequent tenderness to his children, quickly abated, the house grew still more gloomy or riotous; and my refuge from care was again.
38. After the involuntary shrinking consequent on the first nauseous whiff, we one and all set about our work as though that loathsome place were a garden of roses.
39. Post-blast emotionalism, surcharged TV debates on the threat to Modi’s life and consequent disillusionment with administrative measures began to gather momentum.
40. If the cause is large, in other words the period over which the market is preparing to reverse, then the more dramatic and long lasting will be the consequent trend.
41. The military authorities punctiliously enforced trivialities to the letter, and it was surprising to see the laxity and consequent disorder in more important matters.
42. The consequent increase in awareness provides an increase in the potential for wisdom because it involves both an increase in perspective and an increase in freedom.
43. Let us apply these correct and undeniable principles to the edicts of Great Britain and France, and the consequent abandonment of the ocean by the American Government.
44. The possibility of a ‘nuclear winter’, with consequent effect on climate and plant life far beyond strike areas, would make even subsistence agriculture difficult.
45. He deferred the intention from day to day, his habit of acting on his conclusions being made infirm by his repugnance to every possible conclusion and its consequent act.
46. The distinction between the position, and consequent investment policy, of insiders and of outsiders becomes more important as the enterprise itself becomes less important.
47. Sir, I shall now proceed as briefly as may be in my power to state the situation of this bank on the expiration of its charter, and the effects on the community consequent on it.
48. Deuteronomy gives regulation for the ritual accompanying such a war, culminating in the devotion of a captured city to Yahweh and consequent annihilation of all its inhabitants.
49. But, the signal we are constantly watching for now, once we are in a congestion phase, is the volume associated with any breakout and consequent strong move away from this region.
50. Remember, this is a 15 minute chart, so an extended phase of consolidation and congestion, and therefore any consequent effect should reflect the time taken in building the cause.
51. It is hard to imagine the conception about the masses which exists in this world of the pedagogues, and from which result their method and all the consequent manner of instruction.
52. Jesus revealed and exemplified a religion of love: security in the Father's love, with joy and satisfaction consequent upon sharing this love in the service of the human brotherhood.
53. One thing to watch with sheet maps, though, is the more you use them -- folding and unfolding as you go -- the quicker they show signs of wear and tear, with consequent loss of detail.
54. However, if that had been done, Corporation’s reported earnings from 1969 forward would have been substantially lower, with consequent possible adverse effects on stock market valuations.
55. Volta, considering the changes consequent to his contrivance as the effect of a movement in the electric fluid, called the process electro-motion, and the plates producing it electro-motors.
56. Socony-Vacuum increased its 1932 earnings by $6,095,000 (and subsequent earnings correspondingly) as a result of a write-down of fixed assets with consequent reduction in depreciation charges.
57. The majority of the younger men envied him for just what was the most irksome factor in his love—the exalted position of Karenin, and the consequent publicity of their connection in society.
58. At that time jails were much neglected, and the period of exaggerated reaction consequent on all public wrongdoing—and which is always its heaviest and longest punishment—was still far off.
59. The cessation of existence of both or either, the inauguration of a new era or calendar, the annihilation of the world and consequent extermination of the human species, inevitable but impredictable.
60. The crowd focuses on the consequent loss of human life, the destruction of economic infrastructure, and the general uncertainty about the outcome of war, and expects stock prices to drop as a result.
61. The charcoal, notwithstanding the shrinkage consequent to the fire, was brought into complete contact with the inclosing metallic surfaces by pressing the interior cylinder further into the exterior one.
62. The essence of the Christian perception consists in the recognition by every man of his sonship to God, and of the consequent union of men with God and with one another, as is said in the gospel (John xvii.
63. We have suggested as a fundamental guiding rule that the investor should never have less than 25% or more than 75% of his funds in common stocks, with a consequent inverse range of between 75% and 25% in bonds.
64. But the suspension of exports, and the consequent decrease of importations, during the last twelve months, will necessarily cause a great diminution in the receipts of the year one thousand eight hundred and ten.
65. The absence of suffering, the satisfaction of one’s needs and consequent freedom in the choice of one’s occupation, that is, of one’s way of life, now seemed to Pierre to be indubitably man’s highest happiness.
66. Of course the essence of commerce and banking consists in buying cheap and selling dear, and therefore the suggestion to sell at cost price and the consequent overthrow of money amounts to a proposal of self-destruction.
67. Owing to the rapidity of the French flight and the Russian pursuit and the consequent exhaustion of the horses, the chief means of approximately ascertaining the enemy’s position- by cavalry scouting- was not available.
68. Association with one's fellows is essential to the renewal of the zest for life and is indispensable to the maintenance of the courage to fight those battles consequent upon the ascent to the higher levels of human living.
69. Owing to the rapidity of the French flight and the Russian pursuit and the consequent exhaustion of the horses, the chief means of approximately ascertaining the enemy’s position—by cavalry scouting—was not available.
70. In any case, the cause of his action is not to be found in any given previous fact, but in the consciousness of a given relation to truth, and the consequent recognition of this or that fact as a sufficient basis for action.
71. The bill on your table proposes to raise an additional military force of twenty thousand men, and it has been objected to on account of its expense, and the consequent danger growing out of it to the liberties of our country.
72. It was generally known in Middlemarch that a good deal of money was lost and won in this way; and the consequent repute of the Green Dragon as a place of dissipation naturally heightened in some quarters the temptation to go there.
73. In some few cases, however, as by the breaking of an isthmus and the consequent irruption of a multitude of new inhabitants into an adjoining sea, or by the final subsidence of an island, the process of extinction may have been rapid.
74. It is this delusion in regard to human inequality and the consequent intoxication of power and stupefaction of servility, which makes it possible for those who are associated in a state organization to commit crimes and suffer no remorse.
75. On the other hand, Pierre demanded that steps should be taken to liberate the serfs, which the steward met by showing the necessity of first paying off the loans from the Land Bank, and the consequent impossibility of a speedy emancipation.
76. This same process is repeated in respect to every polarity, and as all form simply depends upon the rate of vibration and consequent relations of atoms to each other, if we wish to change the form of manifestation we must change the polarity.
77. Quite a few of the Tel Kiar women believe their salvation and their consequent condition to be nothing less than divine intervention, and so they became fearful that the government would force the issue or take their offspring away to study them.
78. God's cause was something distinct from his own rectitude of conduct: it enforced a discrimination of God's enemies, who were to be used merely as instruments, and whom it would be as well if possible to keep out of money and consequent influence.
79. And although interesting attempts are being made to produce imaginative works founded on the impressionist point of view of light and air, the loss of imaginative appeal consequent upon the destruction of contours by scintillation, atmosphere, &c.
80. When the nerves and muscles of an animal are excited by galvanism or by the absorption of strychnine, the consequent movements may be called an incidental result, for the nerves and muscles have not been rendered specially sensitive to these stimuli.
81. And after revealing the great importance of pronouncing the words ‘God is Greater’ over the animal when slaughtering in preventing blood from remaining in it and the consequent growth of microbes, it has become clear that this is very much the cause.
82. Remove time, and the approach becomes two dimensional, and not three dimensional, and as I hope I have made clear throughout the book, the longer a market is in a consolidation phase, then the greater will be the consequent trend once the market breaks out.
83. It is true, that England, the greatest naval power in the world, is also the most commercial; and it was not to be doubted that her commerce received aid from her navy, though it owed its extent principally to the industry and consequent wealth of the nation.
84. On this higher plane of wholehearted social service growing out of the consciousness of the fatherhood of God and the consequent recognition of the brotherhood of man, there is discovered a new and far more beautiful interpretation of this basic rule of life.
85. But the insecurity of our commerce, and the consequent diminution of the public revenue, will probably produce a deficiency in the receipts of the ensuing year, for which, and for other details, I refer to the statements which will be transmitted from the Treasury.
86. I was working with banks, buying plots of land for housing development and was well on the way to becoming a millionaire a few times over when an economic recession struck causing a drastic drop in the demand for housing, a consequent drop in their prices and the price of land.
87. And this continuity of the circumpolar land, with the consequent freedom under a more favourable climate for intermigration, will account for the supposed uniformity of the sub-arctic and temperate productions of the Old and New Worlds, at a period anterior to the Glacial epoch.
88. Who can explain what is the essence of the attraction of gravity? No one now objects to following out the results consequent on this unknown element of attraction; notwithstanding that Leibnitz formerly accused Newton of introducing occult qualities and miracles into philosophy.
89. The dissolution of this institution, which from its limitation, will expire on the fourth of March next, has been portrayed in colors of the darkest shades, and the distresses which many maintain will be consequent to that event, call seriously for a fair and deliberate investigation.
90. The theory of natural selection is grounded on the belief that each new variety and ultimately each new species, is produced and maintained by having some advantage over those with which it comes into competition; and the consequent extinction of less-favoured forms almost inevitably follows.
91. Were it not for a modification of their properties, consequent to some such union, they could not, in piles of thousands of pairs, be carried forward through the open air and moisture; the one so well calculated to conduct away electricity, the other so favourable to the radiation of caloric.
92. I will forbear, sir, at this time from commenting on the habitual impressment of American citizens, by Great Britain; the illegal condemnation of American vessels under what they call the rule of 1756; the spurious blockades of British commanders, and the consequent spoliations on our commerce.
93. In civilized society and in an organized universe the administration of justice presupposes the passing of just sentence consequent upon fair judgment, and such prerogatives are vested in the juridical groups of the worlds and in the all-knowing administrators of the higher universes of all creation.
94. Examples: (1) The BRP and inflation premium were very high in the early 1980s, not just because inflation was high and volatile (standalone risk) but because high inflation and consequent bond losses coincided, during that era, with recessions and low valuations of assets other than bonds (bad times).
95. Whence comes the great power of money, which strikes us all with a sense of its injustice and cruelty? Why is one man, by the means of money, to have dominion over others? Science says, It comes from the division of the factors of production, and from the consequent combinations which oppress the worker.
96. I believe that "Jesus and the resurrection" means,�Jesus and the redemption He effected by His death and rising from the grave, His atoning blood, His cross, His substitution, His mediation, His triumphant entrance into heaven, and the consequent full and complete salvation of all sinners who believe in Him.
97. Besides, this standard unit propitiates to terminate with fixed cost, it eliminates the state-owned bureaucracy, it liberates the entrepreneurs of the country-cost and of the waste and it makes possible its execution for billions of people with consequent generation of income, without burdening the costs of the production.
98. It is usually supposed that this conscription, together with the increasing armaments and the consequent increase of the taxes and national debts of all countries, are the accidental results of a certain crisis in European affairs, which might be obviated by certain political combinations, without change of the interior life.
99. According to the ordinary view of each species having been independently created, we should have to attribute this similarity in the enlarged stems of these three plants, not to the vera causa of community of descent, and a consequent tendency to vary in a like manner, but to three separate yet closely related acts of creation.
100. If the only whales that thus sank were old, meagre, and broken-hearted creatures, their pads of lard diminished and all their bones heavy and rheumatic; then you might with some reason assert that this sinking is caused by an uncommon specific gravity in the fish so sinking, consequent upon this absence of buoyant matter in him.

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