Definitions

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  • adj. Of something that follows as the result of something else.
  • v. Present participle of result.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals and the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality reported that residents of coastal areas of southeast Louisiana, including New Orleans, might detect an odor possibly resulting from the oil spill approaching the Louisiana coast.

    Oil spill reaches Louisiana shore

  • Wow, you snagged a big pike, big deal, next time try to catch it the old-fashioned way, with a hooked-lip resulting from a strike to a nicely presented lure!

    Best Fish Mount Contest

  • As well as the horrific mutilations resulting from the use of WP, DIME, DU and cluster munitions, many of the survivors (including many children) will die slowly of cancer.

    Slaughter “A Product of Circumstance” « Antiwar.com Blog

  • "The ample liquidity resulting from the quantitative easing policies of the U.S. and other major countries ... is flowing rapidly into emerging market countries," the Bank of Korea said in report Thursday.

    Asia Braces for Flood of Foreign Cash

  • Thanks to the Tea Party and the corporate media, the dominant story line of the election is not the insufficient scale of government spending so far to boost employment in response to the massive fall in consumer demand resulting from the collapse of the housing bubble - Keynes 101 - but "out of control government spending."

    Robert Naiman: Britain's Budget Cuts - Will the Bell Toll For Us?

  • The key is to avoid overcooking food so that the hydrocarbons (resulting from the combustion of wood and the resulting smoke) do not penetrate what you ultimately will put in your body!

    Valerie Orsoni: The BBQ That's Good for You: This July 4th, Claim Independence From Unhealthy Grilling!

  • As per their introduction, it attempts to help define a new literary movement, one resulting from the evolution of space opera from being the "true heart of science fiction" to a genre that adds more rigorous science, more character depth, better writing and sensitivity to political realities.

    REVIEW: The New Space Opera 2 edited by Gardner Dozois & Jonathan Strahan

  • P ope Benedict XVI today recognised the healing of Deacon Jack Sullivan in 2001 as a miracle resulting from the intercession of the Venerable Servant of God John Henry Newman.

    Newman’s Beatification Approved by Pope Benedict XVI

  • The Obama administration's response to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill was marked by confusion over the spill rate and conflicts between agencies, which kept the public in the dark for weeks about the magnitude of the environmental disaster resulting from the April 20 well blowout, according to reports released Wednesday by a presidential panel investigating the spill.

    Gulf oil spill response ill-managed, presidential panel says

  • The life expectancy for someone with serious mental illness is 25 percent lower than that of the average person, according to Nordal, in part because of metabolic problems resulting from the long-term use of powerful psychotropic drugs.

    New health-care law improves coverage for mental illnesses

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