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Synonyms for corollary


Synonyms for corollary

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a practical consequence that follows naturally

(logic) an inference that follows directly from the proof of another proposition

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Thus the painstakingly mapped, iterative trajectory of Moten's argument sometimes prevents a thorough investigation of the most powerful subtexts and corollaries to his theory.
Turner develops several corollaries to support his argument.
This convergence and related corollaries promises to change the dimensions and landscape of the storage industry again and again.
Jeff Howard later offered some corollaries to the Precautionary Principle that reveal just how sweeping a proposal it is.
To check for underflow, we scale the lower bounds in corollaries 3 and 4 by [omega]/10.