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The corollary is also true – areas where the world continues to struggle arise predominantly where there’s a lack of solidarity and agreement.

For, said this unhappy wight, increase the weight and the corollary is length increased.

The corollary is that tired feeling which must have sorely tried the tyros or young recruits.

Archaic EnglandHarold Bayley

Some authors give this as a basal problem, although it is more commonly given as an exercise or a corollary.

The Teaching of GeometryDavid Eugene Smith

The corollary was not evident; but the mention of the name brought Mildred back to the ordinary world.

The InvaderMargaret L. Woods

Individual private property was a corollary of liberty and hence law was not thinkable without it.

From this it follows as a corollary that the limiting width is independent of the order of the bands under examination.

Another proposition, a corollary of the first, is equally true.

The maxim that “There is a love so excessive that it kills jealousy” is only a corollary from “as long as we love, we forgive.”

The old man was wealthy, and a miser, each of which characteristics may be corollary to the other.

Grey TownGerald Baldwin

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