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Resulting

Meanings and phrases

resulting trust

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n.
  1. a trust created by a court when it is judged that it was the intention of the parties to create a trust

resulting in more

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  • The composition process involved all members this time, resulting in more diverse music.
  • The engine was a long stroke design with bore and stroke and mild tuning, resulting in more torque low down.
  • Western winds from the Atlantic and North Sea are dominant resulting in more precipitation in western Denmark.

resulting in many

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  • Opinion outside the United Kingdom has also been mixed, resulting in many heated debates.
  • The lied also attracted many female composers, resulting in many fine pieces of music written by women.
  • Her association with Devi Sri Prasad & Manisharma proved extremely successful resulting in many evergreen songs.

thus resulting

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  • Prior to 1984, most Godzilla suits were made from scratch, thus resulting in slight design changes in each film appearance.
  • These lines may have a metric caesura after the first five syllables, with the remaining line thus resulting in a lekythion group.
  • For these disciplines, the original master's degree abbreviation is combined with the dr. abbreviation thus resulting in for example "dr. ir.

often resulting

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  • The legs were carved separately for their entire length, often resulting in breakages.
  • Dereferencing a null pointer value is undefined, often resulting in a segmentation fault.
  • Water concessions are frequently renegotiated, often resulting in better terms for the private company.

resulting in several

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  • This happened several times independently, resulting in several different names for the higher "Birds".
  • Tarkovsky had to cut the film several times, resulting in several different versions of varying lengths.
  • Jones was not allowed to choose his songs or producer, resulting in several lacklustre and aimless records.

resulting album

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  • McLaughlin was unhappy with the resulting album.
  • However, the resulting album sales were disappointing.
  • The resulting album "Spiral" was released March 17, 2010.

resulting in high

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  • The Cretaceous was a period with a relatively warm climate, resulting in high eustatic sea levels that created numerous shallow inland seas.
  • As the war progressed the government kept printing more money and its amount in circulation was rapidly increasing, resulting in high inflation rates.
  • This is the cause of the well known difficulty of GaN p-type doping where N vacancies are abundant due to its high vapor pressure resulting in high Ga dangling bond density.

eventually resulting

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  • Later, the Gotham fell behind on rents, eventually resulting in Lauder and his partner to file for eviction.
  • Her touch can cause any living thing she comes in contact with to rapidly age, eventually resulting in death.
  • In the next three years, the team would optimize their lightweight concept, eventually resulting in top results in 2006.

resulting in increased

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  • As a result, the station will air its coverage increased sharply, resulting in increased listening figures.
  • Parental investment is when either parent cares for eggs or offspring resulting in increased offspring fitness.
  • This is achieved through continuous monitoring and adjustment of tribosystems, resulting in increased machine efficiency and lifetime.

ultimately resulting

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  • As they both are auditioning for Biggie Smalls, they attempt to out-sing each other, ultimately resulting in embarrassing Martin.
  • Both statements would later be introduced at trial, ultimately resulting in Mr. Brown's conviction for the murder of Roger Corpus.
  • The increase of desertification has also increased the amount of loose sand and dust that the wind can pick up ultimately resulting in a storm.

resulting explosion

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  • The resulting explosion kills the man and the woman.
  • The resulting explosion killed 5 people and wounded 12 others.
  • The resulting explosion caused significant damage to "Alma Mater's" throne.

resulting in death

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  • During the same period, 63 people died, resulting in death rate of 1.31‰.
  • As a result, the kidneys fail and the blood becomes acidic, resulting in death.
  • The four were convicted of gross negligence resulting in death and of breaking immigration laws.
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