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to arise

to arise

/ɝˈaɪz/
verb
to be caused by something particular or happen as a result of it
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Surveillance and privacy issues could arise if the central bank is able to monitor every transaction.

The drivers got out, and an argument arose between them, but then a policeman arrived.

The biggest loopholes arise when you have assets.

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consequently

consequently

/ˈkɑnsəˌkwɛntɫi/, /ˈkɑnsəkwəntɫi/
adverb
therefore; as a result
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Consequently, many young men and women cannot get a good job.

Consequently, Wendy rose one step.

Consequently, McKinley ’s was the first presidential funeral to also be filmed.

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following

following

/ˈfɑɫoʊɪŋ/
preposition
as a result of; after
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NAVIGATION METHODS There are several different branches of navigation, including but not limited to the following.

More women came forward with accusations in the following months.

I think the biggest following of Gumball in the world is where it was created, Regent Street, London.

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hence

hence

/ˈhɛns/
adverb
for this reason; because of this
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Hence, Russia is locked into place for the foreseeable future where it is.

And hence, the vehicle fleet is also very, very different to the fleet in the U.S.

It's more of a shift of funds than the creation of new ones Hence; no inflation

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outcome

outcome

/ˈaʊtˌkəm/
noun
the result or consequence of a situation, event, or action
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It's sort of like a symphony, and how things flow can affect outcome and efficiency.

How do you get people to shift those individual incentives for the greater good for a better outcome?

And we don't yet know the outcome.

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thus

thus

/ˈðəs/
adverb
as a result
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The distinction of "prodigy" thus goes beyond mere intelligence.

Thus, ants provide an excellent illustration of how simple devices can achieve complex results.

Thus, wanting to make a different type of video.

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to trigger

to trigger

/ˈtɹɪɡɝ/
verb
to cause something to happen
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I don’t know what triggered it.

This triggers the oyster's defense response, and it starts coating that piece of tissue with nacre.

So notice how the words that are included now, trigger people to think a certain way.

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causative

causative

/ˈkɑzətɪv/, /ˈkɔzətɪv/
adjective
being the reason behind the occurrence of something

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to ensue

to ensue

/ɪnˈsu/
verb
to happen following something or as a result of it
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There then ensues a silence that lasted almost five minutes.

Instead, some really good silliness ensued.

So, the book is dedicated To the only begetter of these ensuing sonnets Mr WH.

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ineffective

ineffective

/ˌɪnɪˈfɛktɪv/
adjective
unable to have any effect or achieve the intended results
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The Reynolds number is useful for understanding simple scenarios, but it’s ineffective in many situations.

It just might help you avoid an overvalued stock, an ineffective product, or even a terrible relationship.

But these are both ineffective, since we've already seen Jason.

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whereby

whereby

/hwɛɹˈbaɪ/, /wɛɹˈbaɪ/
adverb
according to which; by which
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A uniform is one way whereby the workers can be easily identified by others.

Titles also provide guidelines whereby people know how to address others.

And it's a database designed whereby an employer can enter in pertinent information conforming with the law.

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thereby

thereby

/ˈðɛɹˈbaɪ/
adverb
used to indicate the result of what is being talked about
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This jolt would cause the patron to scream, thereby adding to the tension in the theater.

The repeal inspired a line of commemorative teapots, thereby beginning America's storied tradition of worthless collectible ceramics.

[Mary] Thereby giving away who did it.

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to effect

to effect

/ˈifɛkt/, /əˈfɛkt/, /ɪˈfɛkt/
verb
to cause something to happen; to carry out
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- And if that new iPhone doesn't come out it's not going to effect your health. -

Yet bacteria have many effects on humans.

StroMotion special effects add particular value to winter sports.

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to prompt

to prompt

/ˈpɹɑmpt/
verb
to make something happen
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They're kind of being prompted, they're heavily edited.

The incident prompted an SEC investigation into Kodak's disclosure of the loan.

They soon began a massive sell off, prompting an unprecedented crash into the negative territory.

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effectually

effectually

/ɪfˈɛktʃuːəli/
adverb
in a way that produces the intended result

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consequentially

consequentially

/kˌɑːnsɪkwˈɛnʃəli/
adverb
happening as a consequence or effect of something

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hereby

hereby

/hɪɹˈbaɪ/
adverb
(in official situations) as a result of this statement or utterance
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I hereby declare this studio the independent nation of John Green-sylvania!

I hereby increase your taxes by 150 percent.

But, but if it is cursed I hereby lift that curse.

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thereupon

thereupon

/ˌðɛɹəˈpɑn/
adverb
immediately after something has happened and usually as a result of it
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He thereupon devoted himself to higher mathematics...

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to imply

to imply

/ˌɪmˈpɫaɪ/
verb
to suggest that one thing is the logical consequence of the other
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One Day Cricket started back in 1971 and as the name implies cricket matches conclude within a single day.

This implies that these dogs were seen as very close companions, even in death.

Though the Kono myth differs, and that implies that Death is the one constant in the universe.

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ineffectual

ineffectual

/ˌɪnəˈfɛktʃuəɫ/
adjective
failing to achieve any results
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And it would be totally ineffectual if it's jelly.

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to result

to result

/ɹiˈzəɫt/, /ɹɪˈzəɫt/
verb
to directly cause something
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One is looming tariffs resulting from trade tensions between the U.S. and some Asian countries.

The end result of this boom in price is a crash or bust.

Brin and Page's solution allows ads but does not bias the page ranking results in favor of advertisers.

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to stem

to stem

/ˈstɛm/
verb
to be caused by something
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They keep the buds and stems to create compost that is sold as a separate product.

So what, if anything, should be done to stem the buyback tide?

And our reactions stem in part from our appraisal of that stimulus.

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repercussion

repercussion

/ˌɹipɝˈkəʃən/, /ˌɹipɹəˈkəʃən/
noun
an unintended effect of something, usually a negative and long lasting one
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And we don't actually know what the long-term repercussions of this is.

And the digital impressions are starting to have real financial repercussions.

And industry had other repercussions.

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chain reaction

chain reaction

/tʃˈeɪn ɹɪˈækʃən/
noun
a series of related events, each of which is caused by the former one
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The worst thing would be an unstoppable chain reaction that turns a lot of non junk things into junk.

Maybe there are runaway chain reactions in every ecosystem that once set in motion, are not fixable.

Well, the basic principle is shockingly simple: it heats up water using an artificial chain reaction.

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due to

due to

/dˈuː tuː/
phrase
because of something; caused by someone or something
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Purchase prices have stabilized recently due to new policies, political unrest, and the global pandemic.

Tooth loss was common among our early ancestors due to accidents, infection, and disease.

Tokyo's phenomenal growth is largely due to a single factor: migration from the countryside to the city.

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indirectly

indirectly

/ˌɪndɝˈɛktˌɫi/
adverb
not caused in a direct way or as the main result
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But it can be measured indirectly.

Prester John’s myth would propel the age of exploration, inspire intercontinental diplomacy, and indirectly begin a civil war.

The vast majority of exoplanets, have been found indirectly, by observing their effects on their parents stars.

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effectively

effectively

/ˈifɛktɪvɫi/, /ɪˈfɛktɪvɫi/
adverb
in a way that results in the desired outcome
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Teaching them how to communicate effectively and clearly to you.

Effectively ending the life of its once beloved brand.

Then in 2017, Maduro created the National Constituent Assembly that would rewrite the constitution and effectively bypass the opposition-controlled National Assembly.

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means

means

/ˈminz/
noun
a way of achieving or doing something; a system, action, or method by which a result is obtained
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Since most speculators are nervous about where they invest their money, bubbles are by no means the norm.

If you want to donate money, there's a means to donate money.

This gamble, however, is by no means a safe one.

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after-effect

after-effect

/ˈæftɝəˌfɛkt/
noun
a consequence of an action or event
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The hospital is still tending to patients struggling with the aftereffects of the virus.

Did you feel the shuddering, the aftereffects?

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by-product

by-product

/baɪpɹˈɑːdʌkt/
noun
something that happens incidentally and unexpectedly as a result of something else
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And now one of the by-products of this reaction is ammonia

But CO2 is also one of the by-products of respiration, the process by which they use that energy.

And this right here is a by-product doctor.

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domino effect

domino effect

/dˈɑːmɪnˌoʊ ɪfˈɛkt/
noun
a situation in which a series of similar events are triggered by a single event as the primary cause
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It set off a domino effect and McDonald's ultimately introduced a veggie McSpice and two vegetarian wraps in 2017.

And when Apple kills something, it usually creates a domino effect in the tech world.

It's essentially a domino effect of different changes in the brain.

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to take effect

to take effect

/tˈeɪk ɪfˈɛkt/
verb
to go into effect or to become effective or operative

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to come into effect

to come into effect

/kˈʌm ˌɪntʊ ɪfˈɛkt/
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to begin to apply; to start to be used

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