- n. Plural form of consequence.
“Counting votes in secret - PHOTO - 'Let there be consequences' yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Counting votes in secret - PHOTO - \'Let there be consequences\' '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: The photo says it all: Vote-counting in Pima County performed in secret, hidden even from official party observers and a member of the Pima County Election Integrity Commission.”
“Burdened by what he called 'consequences to sin,' Nevada Sen. John Ensign announced Monday afternoon he would not seek a third term, creating the eighth open Senate seat of the 2012 cycle.”
“The US went to Iraq to "spread freedom and democracy" and one of the consequences is the destruction or displacement of ancient Christian communities.”
“The process of getting them to the point where they can anticipate the consequences is a trickier thing THAT TAKES TIME.”
“The president will lay out what he calls the consequences of failure.”
“No such 'negotiating agenda' is known to exist and the word 'consequences' is often interpreted as referring to the 700-odd ETA prisoners held in Spanish and French prisons.”
“Instead, they are more often focused on the short term consequences of current events.”
“But now and then we had breakthroughs that, I think, changed the relationship between our countries with long-term consequences.”
“We did that all over the globe, with terrible long-term consequences for democracy, human rights, and our own standing in the world.”
“This would have profound long-term consequences that most of us did not anticipate at the time.”
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