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The resultant vapor cloud explosion completely demolished the entire facility.
ENGINEERS RAISE ALARMS OVER THE RISK OF MAJOR EXPLOSIONS AT LNG PLANTSWILL ENGLUNDJUNE 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The resultant model will then serve more of those ads to women.
HOW FACEBOOK GOT ADDICTED TO SPREADING MISINFORMATIONKAREN HAOMARCH 11, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
If the resultant model had terrible accuracy, this would suggest that self-reported pain is rather arbitrary.
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As of last year, overcrowding has led to increased use of force against inmates and a resultant loss of luxury.
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The resultant paper was published last November in eLife, where it was warmly received by reviewers.
RANDOM SEARCH WIRED INTO ANIMALS MAY HELP THEM HUNTLIAM DREWJUNE 11, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
When the resultant pressure is not vertical on the piers these must be constructed to meet the inclined pressure.
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It would give us time to watch Doria and see what direction the resultant of the forces now tearing her soul would take.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
The resultant national policy is the most selfish, but the most formidable in the world of nations.
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The movements so far described, and the resultant fighting, may be styled the first stage of the battle.
THE LIFE OF NELSON, VOL. I (OF 2)A. T. (ALFRED THAYER) MAHAN
We must prove that the resultant accounts for all the forces in operation at the time.
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