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  • Since you make the condition that it must be done at daylight, it brings grave consequences.
  • And when he was excited he would say anything no matter what the consequences of his indiscretion.
  • And those consequences had been many already.
  • But one does not kill for that, and I am sure if it had not been for the insults of Don Ricardo Montalvo and the lamentable spectacle of Don Faustino, and the drinking consequent on the emotion of them and the others, some one would have shouted, ’That Don Guillermo should go in peace.
  • I had instructions from Golz that were perfectly clear and seemed perfectly possible to carry out although they presented certain difficulties and involved certain consequences.

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  • Think carefully. This is a consequential decision.
  • It is the most consequential tax legislation in decades.

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