How To Use Sequent In A Sentence

  • The fall in popularity of the death's head and the subsequent prevalence of the cherub was a reflection of the Great Awakening and the belief in the immortality of the soul: "Cherubs reflect a stress on resurrection, while death's heads emphasize the mortality of man. Headstones for Dummies, the New York Edition
  • Consequently many penalties are cleared just before the finish. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was telling him about last night and he described me as sounding languid and louche, and consequently correctly guessed that I was still in bed.
  • Animals are humanized, that is, the kinship between animal and human life is still keenly felt, and this reminds us of those early animistic interpretations of nature which subsequently led to doctrines of metempsychosis. The Art of the Story-Teller
  • These works have subsequently become the most widely performed and appreciated in the Boyce repertoire.
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  • Both these pursuits found their way into his writing, as well as motivating his subsequent relocation to Berlin.
  • Consequently, we lag all the other industrialized countries in buildout investment, even France!! — Comcast Appeals F.C.C. Sanction - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com
  • My poor Lirriper was a handsome figure of a man, with a beaming eye and a voice as mellow as a musical instrument made of honey and steel, but he had ever been a free liver being in the commercial travelling line and travelling what he called a limekiln road — “a dry road, Emma my dear,” my poor Lirriper says to me, “where I have to lay the dust with one drink or another all day long and half the night, and it wears me Emma” — and this led to his running through a good deal and might have run through the turnpike too when that dreadful horse that never would stand still for a single instant set off, but for its being night and the gate shut and consequently took his wheel, my poor Lirriper and the gig smashed to atoms and never spoke afterwards. Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings
  • Here is a supreme example of sequential planning.
  • Added to which there is a large increase in the fees receivable in 1994 to a level of almost £123,000 which accounts for the large increase in the gross profit over the previous and subsequent years.
  • Consequently, Muir believes, biotech fish could quickly decimate a fish population by their increased ability to produce damaged young.
  • Consequently, the young pig must be provided a large amount of energy from fat or carbohydrate in the colostrum in order to survive.
  • A subsequent kerfuffle (rather drawn out) sounding not unlike a fist fight interspersed with successive shards of glass falling. BEHINDLINGS
  • It's frilly and inconsequential and best known for its appearances on princesses, dolls and blushing faces. Times, Sunday Times
  • She subsequently has to steal, freeload and dumpster-dive to get by. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unlike Church, Turing developed his disproof of Hilbert's conjecture around the conception of a hypothetical machine which would decide the truth of statements by a set of well-defined sequential operations.
  • Clause 19.4 excludes all liability for indirect or consequential loss or damage on the part of either party.
  • The IP pellet was resuspended in final wash buffer and aliquoted for subsequent biochemical analyses.
  • Consequently, the practical politicians and their realistic programs can create nothing but a disaster.
  • The ostraca are included, while texts from other sites in the Judean Desert will be included in a subsequent volume of the concordance.
  • Consequently a number of Navajo Indians were drafted into the US army as radiomen, and would have soldiers assigned to them to protect them and prevent them falling into enemy hands.
  • According to the synergetics theory economy, social and ecological subsystem should coordinate with each another, in order to maintain the water resources system as an sequential system.
  • Consequently, they had to drop concrete piles 8 metres into the soil to provide a foundation.
  • Mercury is thermally desorbed from solid samples, trapped on an in-line gold trap, and subsequently determined by cold-vapour atomic absorption spectrometry.
  • She refused and subsequently suffered injuries to her shoulder, pulled muscles and bruises.
  • Therefore _synesis_ extends to all matters of judgment, and consequently there is no other virtue of good judgment called _gnome. Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • Dually, other irrelevant entailments are those that turn out to be valid just because the consequent is a necessary truth Impossible Worlds
  • His subsequent report threw doubt on the conviction of all ten and led to the cases being reviewed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Consequently, she had to exist on an average income of £26 per week from an evening waitressing job.
  • (, increases the rate of NADP oxidation by 4-hydroxy - benzoate, no hydroxylation during subsequent reoxidation by O2 [2]) [2] Turnover number (min±1) 21.6 Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • The destruction of buildings seems less consequential than the destruction of human lives. Times, Sunday Times
  • A preliminary review of the local mineralogy was subsequently written by Endlich, who noted the presence of aragonite, chabazite, calcite, mesolite, and natrolite, in addition to ‘leucite.’
  • Subsequently, the army enjoyed an increasing amount of autonomy from political control, and even from the military establishment.
  • Their view is called 'act consequentialism'. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Lawyers acting for the victims - including the parents of twins who suffered kidney failure - are claiming damages for injury and consequential loss. The Sun
  • With each subsequent failed request, the epidermoid was able to build greater density into the constantly metamorphosing mask. The Mocking Program
  • These results suggest the involvement of platelet activating factor in the endothelin induced fibrinolytic activation and subsequently developed mucosal haemorrhagic lesion.
  • The republicans main agenda is to try and make the president fail, consequently our country and us. Obama says opponents reducing health care reform to 'politics'
  • The methodology is applicable to the investigation of parentage for all progeny developed from parental mating without subsequent generations of inbreeding.
  • Consequently, when characters share on-screen space, it is almost claustrophobic because of the heavy presence of repressed longings and unspoken desires.
  • The separate dish of butter was hard and consequently difficult to spread - a minor difficulty.
  • This figure was used to convert subsequent contour measurements from nanometers to kilobases.
  • Just then Edward handed Doctor Instow a goodly rasher of broiled ham, upon which was a perfectly poached egg; and directly after the man came round behind Jack, and quietly placed before him, with a whisper of warning that the plate was very hot, another rasher of ham, and at the first sight of it the lad began to shrink, but at the second glance, consequent upon a brave desire not to show his repugnance, he saw that it was a different kind of rasher to the doctor's, and that there was no egg. Jack at Sea All Work and no Play made him a Dull Boy
  • As to the bid, it will entail huge borrowings and consequent cost cuts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Intellectual springs originally, and is increased subsequently, from teaching (for the most part that is), and needs therefore experience and time; whereas the Moral comes from custom, and so the Greek term denoting it is but a slight deflection from the term denoting custom in that language. Ethics
  • Ishmael, consequently, also investigates the antithetical approach, the method of pure subjective perception.
  • But amid competition from larger panel makers, Solyndra subsequently laid off staff and recapitalized. Clouds Overtake Solar-Panel Firm
  • These have subsequently been formularised as a set of eight ‘Millenium Development Goals’.
  • Subsequent movement rifted these later lava fields, causing long, linear valleys bounded by parallel faults. Iceland as a model for Renewable energy
  • He subsequently contracted gangrene and had one leg amputated below his knee. Times, Sunday Times
  • Consequently it has provided a testing ground for a number of competing hypotheses concerning the relationship between syntax, semantics, and pragmatics in linguistic theory.
  • Therefore, two herds of deer share these summer ranges and, consequently, mountain lions from Round Valley repartition space on the winter range after months of being apart.
  • Well, how about a forested planet with the deeply "connected" natives, a human military raid on a huge tree-city and a subsequent retaliation of natives ... some scenes seem incredibly familiar, even though Le Guin plot is markedly deeper and more sophisticated. 10 Possible Sources of "Avatar" in Classic Science Fiction
  • His request was rejected and he subsequently lost his job as a salesman. Times, Sunday Times
  • To finish the portrait, the bearing of the gracious Duncan was brief, bluff, and consequential, and the upward turn of his short copper-coloured nose indicated that he was somewhat addicted to wrath and usquebaugh. The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • At Stamford there was a Presbyterian Church, built in 1791, and another church built for the use of all persuasions, a kind of free and common soccage church, in 1795, which was destroyed in the subsequent war. The Rise of Canada, from Barbarism to Wealth and Civilisation Volume 1
  • It took the intervention of the media, and the consequent uproar to stop what would have been a truly monumental blunder.
  • [Ed: his house was subsequently raided, his data and computers confiscated and examined] After four years the police have finally admited they should never have arrested him in the first place. Boing Boing
  • It is however possible to compress the cell packs subsequent to their formation and prior to inserting them into their final container to expel at least a proportion of their electrolyte which will reduce the amount of electrolyte which needs to be gassed off in the finished cells.
  • (Hamburg, 1893).] the poisonous character of the former would be lessened by the introduction of the carbonic acid esters and subsequent coupling of the substances (depside formation). Synthetic Tannins
  • For the full monty, you'd have to look at how the Consumer Credit Act (and subsequent regulations) says it has to be done.
  • French Impressionism had paved the way for all subsequent 20th century art movements.
  • They scratch the soil from beneath the flags, which then sink, and the consequent stench from the drains is abominable, jeopardising the health of the tenants. Boing Boing: November 19, 2006 - November 25, 2006 Archives
  • It also has a narrow canal (the urachus) which serves to remove the urine of the foetus; in fact the subsequently formed bladder takes its origin from a dilation of the urachus. The Veterinarian
  • When they reach a certain age, they stop believing and consequently stop writing.
  • It includes the overwhelming majority of the voters and is consequently more heterogeneous in its social and ideological composition.
  • For sources that give contemplations on two stages of bones, the whole skeleton and the disjointed bones are designated as distinct objects for meditation in two sequential stages.
  • Despite subsequent upheavals, the French have never seriously considered restoring the monarchy since.
  • He was subsequently arrested by a heroic Garda and some members of the local community.
  • Robert Keller suggests that Holmes did indeed meet his death at the falls, but came back for subsequent adventures as ‘the world's first consulting ghost’.
  • Although he apparently waited for confirmation from his bank that the cheque had cleared before making the payments, he was subsequently advised that the cheque was fraudulent and had been dishonoured.
  • It was at the same time an early version of the idea of Lebensraum—living space—which Friedrich Ratzel, Karl Haufshofer, and Adolf Hitler subsequently propounded. FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871
  • Subsequent timing observations have shown the pulsar to be in a 5.74-day circular orbit with a low-mass companion.
  • Consequently, these mutant cells rely exclusively on glycolysis for their energy requirements and require exogenous pyruvate and pyrimidines for growth.
  • He survived a near fatal heart attack and subsequent cardiac surgery, only to succumb to motor neurone disease.
  • Edward's affair and subsequent marriage to divorced Mrs Simpson had left the family's popularity at an all-time low.
  • Sequential block designs can lead to biased allocation.
  • Subsequent events, such as fruit maturation and fruit dispersal, were noted and recorded once a week.
  • At Hemp Knoll the bone toggle had been broken and subsequently decorated, suggesting a long history of use before being sewn onto the clothing or shroud of the deceased.
  • Each sub-contractor holding a certificate will subsequently be assessed for tax and pay the Inland Revenue direct.
  • However, subsequent excavations at Maiden Castle, Arikamedu and Charsadda have inevitably caused many of his fundamental assumptions to be refuted.
  • We know that the surgeon may not kill one of her unconsenting patients to save five others, and we know that this must be so regardless of whether a careful consequentialist calculus supports this result.
  • The apodeictical proposition cogitates the assertorical as determined by these very laws of the understanding, consequently as affirming a priori, and in this manner it expresses logical necessity. The Critique of Pure Reason
  • Consequently, a two-seater van would not be practical.
  • In subsequently discussing my experience with others, I discovered I was not alone in my being treated very badly by the people at Morris.
  • The samples were subsequently desalted by exclusion chromatography over 5 mL Zebra Desalt spin columns, as recommended by the manufacturer (Pierce). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The cause of famine, consequently, is not an inadequacy of food.
  • Consequently, this is the least favoured method unless you especially want to echo screen output to the printer.
  • Each of these seems to derive something from the interruptable time of the television chronotope, and its consequently segmented narrative.
  • There was no discussion, then or thereafter, but on every subsequent assignment the armorer had supplied weaponry with the same internal modification.
  • The sultan is the virtual editor, and consequently the papers are popular, as containing opinions on state policy _ex cathedra_. The Continental Monthly, Vol 3 No 3, March 1863 Devoted To Literature And National Policy
  • Morally disreputable characters like Rocambole and Fantômas became the stars of ever-extending series of 19th-century romans feuilletons, plotting a course subsequently followed by the likes of Fu Manchu and Count Dracula.
  • a dolmen, since all tombs containing clay effigies or encircled by terracotta haniwa would necessarily be subsequent to that date, and all tombs containing skeletons other than the occupants of the sarcophagi would be referable to an earlier era. A History of the Japanese People From the Earliest Times to the End of the Meiji Era
  • ~ -- Ores, &c., containing antimony are best opened up by boiling with hydrochloric acid or aqua regia; treatment with nitric acid should be avoided wherever possible, since it forms antimonic acid, which is subsequently dissolved only with difficulty. A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.
  • The ink of the fixing agent is subsequently overprinted on the above block of colour in the required image.
  • In some states, a fifth of the attorneys who have represented defendants in capital cases have subsequently been suspended, disbarred or arrested.
  • Subsequent investigation revealed that these claims were spurious.
  • The record has been much deformed, reconstituted, and obliterated during the subsequent Proterozoic and Phanerozoic eons.
  • This figure was used to convert subsequent contour measurements from nanometers to kilobases.
  • Nothing so aroused her indignation as the mention of her name consequently few knew what it really was. Miss Dexie A Romance of the Provinces
  • Admitting then that gneiss, mica-schist, granite, diorite, &c, were once necessarily covered up, how can we account for the naked and extensive areas of such rocks in many parts of the world, except on the belief that they have subsequently been completely denuded of all overlying strata? X. On the Imperfection of the Geological Record. On the Poorness of Palaontological Collections
  • It has long been thought that the grouping of telomeres is important for chromosome pairing and subsequent synapsis.
  • It has long been understood that following haemorrhage, the consequent blood stasis prevents the formation of new blood.
  • Section 144 allows the transfer of leases and section 144 allows leases to be mortgaged and there are subsequent provisions which deal specifically with a mortgage over a leasehold or licence.
  • The isotropic bile samples were subsequently used to measure the nucleation time and the relative distribution of vesicular cholesterol.
  • Consequently, Chalk should not be perceived as merely a thick pelagic ooze deposited in a tectonically quiescent period.
  • But, it warned, such behaviour 'would exacerbate the effects of a subsequent snapback'. Times, Sunday Times
  • Subsequent attempts to address the issue proved contentious. Times, Sunday Times
  • News reports in December indicating that there had been an attempted coup were subsequently dismissed by Jawara as groundless rumours.
  • They had children and were consequently tied to the school holidays.
  • He was subsequently reinstalled as the chairman.
  • The RT enzyme converts the single-stranded virion into doublestranded DNA for subsequent integration into the host cell genome.
  • Where appropriate, significance tests were one-tailed and were corrected by the sequential Bonferroni method to control the Type I error rate.
  • These inputs may be purchased in one year and provide a service flow to the production process for many subsequent years. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • In the latter expression the word for "hand," kaph, signifies "the palm of the hand," consequently, not even hidden uncleanness within the hand, -- therefore complete innocency. Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1
  • What followed, as the subsequent murder trial heard, was a short period of chaos.
  • Sir Charles Trevelyan refused to withdraw or to curb his activities in any way and was consequently expelled from the Party.Sentence dictionary
  • While it's uncertain whether the protest and subsequent meeting will prevent cuts, the way the governor's staff handled the whole affair is instructive: I'm told that technically they could have been arrested for blocking the way.
  • Things that are inconsequential stop fights taking place. Times, Sunday Times
  • The alarming increase in media oligopolies has led to a subsequent decline in any need for public accountability on the part of media corporations.
  • The subsequent interviews and meetings followed accepted methods of qualitative research, and we believe the results to be an accurate reflection of the participants' views.
  • Not yet, however, was the power of the keys instituted, which is derived from Christ's Passion, and consequently it was not yet ordained that a man should grieve for his sin, with the purpose of submitting himself by confession and satisfaction to the keys of the Church, in the hope of receiving forgiveness through the power of Christ's Passion. Summa Theologica, Part III (Tertia Pars) From the Complete American Edition
  • Home recordings produced physiological data from 34 of 61 patients during subsequent clinical events.
  • He notes a case where a user inhaled the gas from a mask directly attached to a medical gas tank, lost consciousness, and subsequently died from oxygen deprivation.
  • Here consequently was an inexhaustible subject of discourse. Pride and Prejudice
  • Municipal legislatures appeared especially prone to corruption, and consequently reformers proposed a shift in authority from the board of aldermen or city council to the mayor.
  • Flaming Bridle was subsequently disqualified and placed last in the field of eight.
  • After the egg has been fertilized by the male, the blastoderm, or primitive skin, forms, and subsequently two layers, or embryonal membranes, appear; the outer is called the amnion (Fig. 114, _am_), while the inner visceral membrane (_db_) partially wraps the rude form of the embryo in its folds. Our Common Insects A Popular Account of the Insects of Our Fields, Forests, Gardens and Houses
  • He claims that the morale he had developed during the double-header against Iceland and Canada in October, closely followed by the trip to Portugal, was unravelled by nearly three subsequent months without a match.
  • In subsequent analyses, we treated each protein separately, instead of concatenating the sequences.
  • Although he subsequently became a successful businessman, his criminal past caught up with him.
  • Farnborough subsequently had its first piece of national coverage by the way of Alpine sports newsletter.
  • Subsequently, Liu Kui-54-type pistol carrying, Zhou carrying fruit knife to pre-selected sites waiting for.
  • Today, for example, steps must be taken to ensure that employment tests are predictive of subsequent job performance and that interview questions treat all job applicants equally. Human Resource Management in Government
  • The area was the closest to the epicentre of the earthquake, bore the full brunt of the subsequent tsunami and was clearly one of the worst affected areas.
  • Consequently, agricultural bank anti - corruption defeats behoove from correct violate compasses manage grab.
  • Some of these tools: the ambition, the fixation on data, the subsequent doubt about what to do with that data taken on dexterously by Justin McGuirk, and the photographs. Todd Reisz: Making Sense of the City
  • Consequently there is no topic that is off limits for discussion, even if a few are off limits for experimentation.
  • The value of a person's stock market portfolio is not inconsequent; there's a perceived feeling of wealth," says Mr. Pringuet. Spirits Brighten at Debt-Heavy Pernod Ricard
  • Given his mental-health problems, the loss of his girlfriend and his battle with alcoholism, it would seem he has had more than his fill of heartache; consequently The Kiss of Morning is a splenetic, purgative record.
  • During subsequent visits, different people seemed to inhabit the various rooms. Times, Sunday Times
  • They have been recorded up to forty and even fifty miles in length, and they have been called floe bergs, because it was supposed that they froze first as ordinary sea-ice and increased by subsequent additions from below. The Worst Journey in the World Antarctic 1910-1913
  • In one published familial case, the mother of a 46, XY boy with anorchia who also harbored a p. Val355Met mutation in NR5A1 underwent left ovariectomy and homolateral fallopian tube ablation for ovarian cysts at the age of 22 years and subsequently had two spontaneous miscarriages, an outcome that suggests impaired ovarian function. New England Journal of Medicine
  • It will also increase its equity base and consequently improve its gearing and its ability to borrow further.
  • His notion of synchronicity is that there is an acausal principle that links events having a similar meaning by their coincidence in time rather than sequentially.
  • Designed in the 1970s, the Oberoi was the first of the luxury hotels to build lanais in the local vernacular, a style much copied by subsequent architects.
  • He subsequently developed a left retinal detachment and was referred to the vitreoretinal unit for surgery.
  • On development, the negative and subsequent positive reveal a composite image of the dancer performing in the street.
  • Consequently, micro manipulating robot, integrated by both micro positioning technology and robot technology, will play vital role in the future.
  • The vent site was then translated northeastward by the motion of the Farallon Plate and was subsequently accreted to its present location.
  • But the noose and lifeline metaphors dramatize the in-culture ‘factness’ of much writing, its consequentiality, rather than the seductive pleasures of its speculative realm.
  • However, subsequent independent surveys of actual ballots indicated a dramatic shift, with Mr Fujimori nearing a first-round victory.
  • There is shock and bewilderment in surrounding mountain villages too, where the earthquake and subsequent aftershocks have caused landslides.
  • At subsequent Forest Eyres in other counties the judges were clearly determined to raise large sums by fining the forest landowners.
  • These results, although striking, deserve additional investigation within preclinical models of allergic airway disease and possibly, subsequent investigation in populations of patients with asthma.
  • Consequently, a new diploma course had to be set up, new teacher trainers prepared and new books written.
  • Subsequent work helped to hasten the loosening of government control over broadcasting. Times, Sunday Times
  • At some later date, a slight glacial retreat would weaken the dam wall and its subsequent collapse would prove catastrophic.
  • Bone remodeling, which repairs damaged bone, is a sequential process in which bone resorption precedes bone formation.
  • A pause in lecturing, consequent upon our mid-year examinations having begun, has given me a little respite, and I am paying a three days 'visit upon an old friend here, meaning to leave for New York to-morrow, where I have a couple of lectures to give. Familiar Letters of William James II
  • Consequently the force of gravity at perigee is not enough to hold it in a circular orbit.
  • Seed crops will receive either diquat or glufosinate-ammonium instead because glyphosate can be translocated into seed and affect subsequent germination. FWi - All News
  • He had subsequent radical excision of the recurrent nodule, including surrounding abdominal wall, costal cartilages, and ribs.
  • The producer's duty ends here unless there is cause to suspect a subsequent breach.
  • Shouldn't consideration be given to subsequent events and experiences in construing the Constitution with the passage of time rather than being locked in the time frame of hundreds of years ago? Balkinization
  • A great performance by Polanski as the boring, drab office worker who slowly goes insane, and, consequently, sheds his inhibited personality.
  • Graphic novel series in sequential order, all grouped by publisher. Brian Ruckley · When in Doubt, Meme
  • Paradox seems to arise when conditional statements have subcontrary statements as antecedent and consequent.
  • This time span covers the florescence of the Cahokian polity and the subsequent social and cultural realignment.
  • In a subsequent passage, "I am as melancholy as a gibb'd cat" -- we are told that _cat_ is not the domestic animal of that name, but a contraction of _catin_, a woman of the town. Famous Reviews
  • Consequently the Labor vote in the first third of the period is greatly inflated, and this contributes to the trend.
  • Subsequent melting of mica pyroxenite may produce potassic magmas as a result of orogenic or extensional, thermal or bark triggers.
  • Consequently, we now have more major generals than infantry battalions. The Sun
  • Consequently, the Mass is the impetratory and propitiatory sacrifice. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman
  • Also, the use of the continuous can change what we might normally think of as a stative verb into a dynamic one, with consequent change in meaning. C is for Corpus « An A-Z of ELT
  • It is true that the code is 'denser' - that is, more functionality in less typed space - and consequently a user might spend more time working on fewer lines of code, but we are betting that the number of failure modalities is smaller (fewer ways to mess up); and there's less code 'real estate' to observe and comprehend. MSDN Blogs
  • The emergency powers were subsequently ratified in parliament by a substantial majority.
  • This may not seem relevant in the light of Stuart's subsequent death, but let me assure you it is.
  • A subsequent search of the vehicle uncovered an unsmoked marijuana cigarette, the spokesman said, adding that Garfunkel, 63, had been ordered to appear in court on Sept. 22.
  • The curd for cheeses to be subsequently ripened is formed with starter and a milk-clotting ingredient.
  • It's good to see that a subsequent jury was unswayed by the arguments of an ambulance-chasing QC.
  • But, indeed, nature herself seemed to have been his vintner, and at his birth charged him so thoroughly with an irritable, brandy-like disposition, that all subsequent potations were needless.
  • Consequently in Self v Self it was not lawful for a county court registrar to overrule an assisted party's choice of counsel where counsel had been selected by the assisted party from the appropriate panel.
  • Her little flirtation in Rome seemed inconsequential by comparison with the schedule of cruelties she had dealt out. THE CALLIGRAPHER
  • Subsequent hand-weeding is usually carried out 2 months after planting and again after 5 months, but in Colombia the use of the herbicide linuron at the rate of 0.75 kg/ha has been found to give excellent control over broad-leaved weeds if applied 40-50 days after planting. Chapter 8
  • When such techniques are adhered to, the risk of trauma to the radial artery and subsequent thrombosis is reduced even when collateral circulation in the hand is reduced.
  • The radiologic impression was that the lesions represented splenic abscesses, and the patient subsequently underwent a splenectomy.
  • The patient subsequently received platelet and red blood cell transfusions.
  • They are attenuating and deobstruent, consequently of service in disorders arising from a languid circulation, a viscidity of the juices, a lax fibre, and obstructed viscera. Travels through France and Italy
  • He subsequently took a courtesy car to the airport and returned to Spain.
  • In writing this review and consequently refreshing of my memory of all the episodes in this year, I was surprised to find so many clunkers in the midst.
  • After the retreat of the ice sheets since the last glacial maximum, northern Europe was subsequently reinvaded from several refuges in southern Europe.
  • Part of the dissolved aluminum can subsequently settle in the sediments of atmospherically acidified lakes and reservoirs, reducing orthophosphate availability and disrupting the phosphorus cycling in those water bodies. Inorganic nitrogen pollution in aquatic ecosystems~ causes and consequences
  • Further, subsequent military actions may depend on the effectiveness of a non-lethal attack.
  • He went on to say while initially it was his understanding that the monument was to be moved, it subsequently emerged that there were problems in doing this.
  • That leaves a lot of space for non-consequential blah in between.
  • Consequently generalizations about survival after diagnosis may be problematic.
  • A very similar condensation product was obtained by condensing sodium-_p_-hydroxybenzoate with formaldehyde and subsequent sulphonation with sulphuric acid. Synthetic Tannins
  • A married woman may bar her Release of right of dower in land conveyed by her husband or by operation dower° of law by joining in, the deed conveying the land or by releasing the land by a subsequent deed executed either separately or jointly with her husband. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • All men -- man and woman -- are created equal, -- equal in _attributes of body and mind_; (for _that_ is the only sense in which they could be _created_ equal;) _therefore_ they are endowed with right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness, unalienable, except in their consent; _consequently_ such consent is essential to all rightful government; and, _finally_ and _irresistibly_, the people have supreme right to alter or abolish it, &c. Slavery Ordained of God

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