Difference between consequence and wrack
- having important effects or influence
- the outcome of an event especially as relative to an individual
- a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon
A horizontal merger may enable the new entity to set price and output in the same manner as a single-firm monopolist, with the same consequences for consumer welfare.
Traditional methods for liquid or semiliquid fecal incontinence management, such as the use of absorbent briefs/pads, skin cleansers, and moisturizers, are only moderately successful in alleviating the consequences of fecal incontinence.
National Provisions Company, and went out preaching fiat money and a subtreasury for the farmers 'crops, trusting to God and the flower garden about his little white house, to keep the family alive -- it is odd that Jeanette's childish impression was that General Ward was a man of consequence in the world.
- the destruction or collapse of something
- growth of marine vegetation especially of the large forms such as rockweeds and kelp
- dried seaweed especially that cast ashore
- smash or break forcefully
Need-wrack and grim nithing, of night-bales the greatest.
Fascinated with the meeting of memory and language, adept at conjuring states of mind, and haunted by the violence wracking his homeland, Hemon is a stoic tragedian and a brilliant satirist.
Speaking in public can be a nerve-wracking experience.