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Synonyms for by-product

a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence

a product made during the manufacture of something else

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This is a good thing for women, but is simply a side product that could have been achieved within a more democratic framework of a multiparty system, not a gender-sensitive single party system.
Compact construction with side product transfers enables the unit to be installed next to existing production lines reducing installation downtime and costs.
The side product you create should be a natural evolution of where the business needs to go.
A side product of the same enormously complex phenomenon of this attitude toward Western science is to translate the Qur'anic word for 'knowledge' ('ilm) as 'science', and to use the Qur'anic exhortations to the believers to gain knowledge as a command to acquire science and technology.
While other robots, like Sony's AIBO dog, are programmed to be cute by mimicking natural movements, the ATR robot's gracefulness is almost a side product of its main objective.
EMA is now gathering details of the companys manufacturing processes, following changes introduced in 2012 that are believed to have produced NDMA as a side product.
The overwhelming cause of those energy costs is in cooling, because computing power generates heat as a side product.
The group, which has its UK headquarters at Leamington Spa, has also agreed to acquire French heavy side product distributor DAFI, subject to the French Finance Ministry's approval.
As a side product, the technology developed during PUMPED will be easily transferred to other big markets such as smartphones, allowing apps to benefit from better accuracies.
Also side product and waste transportations have decreased substantially as all the bark is used in sawmill s heat energy generation.
As a side product of the ERC project Future Societies an innovative combination of the genuinely demographic approach of Age-Period-Cohort (APC) analysis with a new expert-argument-based method of anticipating future period changes evolved that could have great commercial potential as a new quantitative science-based tool for forecasting future consumer preferences and demands for all kinds of goods and services at national and international scales.