His unusual conduct was, I believe, a simple by-product of the deepening atmosphere of malaise and fear.
Chang-rae Lee -- A Gesture Life
"And one benefit of the mining up here is that the skeeters don’t seem to like the coal dust and other by-products any more than we do.
David Baldacci -- Zero Day
It had not always been that way; during their first days together he had scarcely seemed aware of the raw actuality of the experience she had gone through, even though the by-products of that experience—her malnutrition, her anemia, her vanished teeth—had been his constant and devoted concern.
William Styron -- Sophie’s Choice
What if I forget reality entirely? I did not know that my entire personality, my entire being, could be discarded as the byproduct of my anatomy.
Veronica Roth -- Insurgent
Here, bodily damage is more or less considered to be a by-product of living, not a disgrace.
Barbara Kingsolver -- The Poisonwood Bible
Those peoples deaths were mere by-products of a plan to restore Voldemort to full strength again.
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Particle accelerators sear the land, and leave radioactive byproducts.
Michael Crichton -- Jurassic Park
Death is only a byproduct of terrorism.
Dan Brown -- Angels & Demons
Well, a byproduct of a trench is a long pile of loose earth.
Homer -- The Odyssey
There were less objectionable ways to produce oil by-products.
Eoin Colfer -- Artemis Fowl
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Despite the aluminum braces on his legs, he carried himself with a resilient, vertical dignity that seemed more a by-product of noble ancestry than any kind of conscious effort.
Dan Brown -- The Da Vinci Code
As Nasuada digested the implications, she realized that Elva’s unsettling aspect was a by-product of the suffering that she had been exposed to.
Christopher Paolini -- Eldest
On the other hand, organic Rosie was a tasty bird, with more flavor than mass-market birds fed on a diet of antibiotics and animal by-products.
Michael Pollan -- The Omnivore’s Dilemma
There’s just a child that has to be born, the byproduct of good nights in Milan.
Ernest Hemingway -- A Farewell to Arms
An important by-product of the unflamboyant language is to make the proper names stand out in the line.
Homer -- The Iliad
Due to the pronounced dehydration that was an inevitable by-product of heavy breathing in such desiccated air, each of us consumed more than a gallon of liquid every day.
Jon Krakauer -- Into Thin Air
We in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic world have a fair chunk of mythology invested in rain and its most major by-product.
Thomas C. Foster -- How to Read Literature Like a Professor
Like this, from the second letter I received: When I think of you and me and what we shared, I know it would be easy for others to dismiss our time together as simply a by-product of the days and nights spent by the sea, a "fling" that, in the long run, would mean absolutely nothing.
Nicholas Sparks -- Dear John
There were those who said that it was just a horrible accident, an inevitable by-product of the fact that police officers sometimes have to make life-or-death decisions in conditions of uncertainty.
Malcolm Gladwell -- Blink
It was in the killing department that the packers had been left most in the lurch, and precisely here that they could least afford it; the smoking and canning and salting of meat might wait, and all the by-products might be wasted—but fresh meats must be had, or the restaurants and hotels and brownstone houses would feel the pinch, and then "public opinion" would take a startling turn.
Upton Sinclair -- The Jungle
Science, research, and technology are all by-products of our philosophical relection.
Jostein Gaarder -- Sophie’s World
They are all really large and handsome, and they were all eating excessive amounts of animal by-products, just like Josh.
Meg Cabot -- The Princess Diaries
Hercule Poirot once taught me in a very dramatic manner that romance can be a by-product of crime.
Agatha Christie -- The ABC Murders
Nyodene D. is a whole bunch of things thrown together that are byproducts of the manufacture of insecticide.
Don DeLillo -- White Noise
Feelings like these are the normal by-products of imperialism; ask any Anglo-Indian official, if you can catch him off duty.
George Orwell -- Shooting an Elephant
It was its rational byproduct that soon overshadowed it and almost everything else in the field of mathematics.
Robert M. Pirsig -- Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
She wanted a man who would treat Kevin the way he should be treated, not simply as the unwanted by-product of someone he desired.
Nicholas Sparks -- Message in a Bottle
Call finally decided his coolness was just a byproduct of his general vanity and overconfidence.
Larry McMurtry -- Lonesome Dove
It was an unimportant by-product of those energies, Jan knew, that he was seeing now.
Arthur C. Clarke -- Childhood’s End
It’s one of the by-products of alcohol.
Robert Ludlum -- The Bourne Supremacy
Farmer was hoping for real change in Haiti, and meanwhile hating what he called "the tumble," the turmoil and bloodshed and their inevitable by-product, the worsening of Haiti’s already wretched public health.
Tracy Kidder -- Mountains Beyond Mountains
Except as a benefit to its witnesses, since we human creatures have many reasons to believe there’s advantage and profit for someone in everything, even in the worst muds, wastes, and poison by-products; and a charm of chemical medicine or industry is how there are endless uses in cinders, slag, bone, and manure.
Saul Bellow -- The Adventures of Augie March
There are likely to be other valuable minerals as by-products in a nickel mine.
Grace MacGowan Cooke -- The Power and the Glory
They have by-products, take sudden turns in unexpected directions.
John Le Carre -- The Spy Who Came In From The Cold
Intelligence is an aimless byproduct except as it serves these basic drives.
Robert A. Heinlein -- Tunnel In the Sky
The byproduct was I knew my dad would be pleased with what I was doing with my life.
Phil Robertson -- Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander
She could try to dismiss her feelings as temporary, a by-product of other factors in her life.
Nicholas Sparks -- The Best of Me
You were merely a by-product, a side issue that suddenly became immensely important to the authorities.
Robert Ludlum -- The Bourne Ultimatum
Would she ever receive the justice that is mercy—the justice for by-products that the world is too busy to bestow?
E.M. Forster -- Howards End
The byproduct of the lifestyle is polluted rivers, greenhouse effect, spouse abuse, televangelists, and serial killers.
Neal Stephenson -- Snow Crash
She also couldn’t walk or even stand, a consequence of nerve damage that is a frequent by-product of fistula.
Nicholas D. Kristof -- Half the Sky
Hundreds of thousands of idle and unexploited minds was the most hazardous and wasteful by-product that every factory made.
W. William Winokur -- The Perfect Game
All those decades, he says, when we thought about weapons all the time and never thought about the dark multiplying byproduct.
Don DeLillo -- Underworld
It also left IBP with a great deal of leftover bones, blood, and scraps of meat that could be rendered into profitable byproducts such as dog food.
Eric Schlosser -- Fast Food Nation
I challenge the engineers in this audience to devise new techniques for developing cheap, clean, and plentiful energy, and as a byproduct, to control floods.
Gerald R. Ford -- A War That is Finished
One of the by-products of being a perfectionist and constantly trying to improve myself are sobering feelings of low-grade anxiety and a nagging sense of inadequacy.
Jay Allison, et al. -- This I Believe
Just wait, someday soon he’ll identify that substance present throughout the body, and he’ll manufacture those by-products himself, the ones with the intoxicating effect on the spinal cord.
Thomas Mann -- The Magic Mountain
We learned about coal by-products," she says.
Suzanne Collins -- Catching Fire
"I think if we mix it with sugar and add heat we’ll get three parts oxygen and two parts carbon dioxide along with some other byproducts.
Homer Hickam -- October Sky
By-products of dirt and vileness!
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix