תוֹצָאָה יָשִׁירָה, תוֹלָדָה
- תוֹצָאָה יָשִׁירָהcorollaries
Noun(1) a practical consequence that follows naturally(2) (logic
(1) A corollary to this is that if you can get the little things right then you are much, much more likely to get the big things right.(2) Which brings us to a corollary tactic: Avoid context and specifics; whenever possible, generalize and keep repeating the generalization.(3) The freedom of the press is a corollary to free speech.(4) The corollary to this is: some insurance companies are ripping customers off by charging double.(5) For these angles, the contradiction used to prove the corollary does not arise.(6) Money may be a welcome corollary to writing but it can never be the main objective.(7) The treadmill is a corollary to suburban sprawl: a device with which to go nowhere in places where there is now nowhere to go.(8) The corollary to this is that the readers need to understand that as well: that reporters are human, we have our ideas, and most of us are trying our best to find out the truth.(9) This had the remarkable corollary that non-euclidean geometry was consistent if and only if euclidean geometry was consistent.(10) In addition, there are several more specific corollary conclusions to the main finding.(11) The plot is only a corollary to the main thrust of the book, which is basically an extended development of Christopher's character.(12) The corollary to this part is likely to be pressure on other governments to adopt copyright law that matches that of the US.(13) In fact, their competitive spirit was a corollary to their sense of participation in the various events held to mark the occasion.(14) One can say, there cannot be any second thought about the genuineness of their intention, which they consider a corollary to the remarkable quality and range of products showcased in the auditorium.(15) But well-informed doctors differ: they say the incidences are a corollary to the level of awareness among the people.(16) The fan theorem is, in fact, a corollary of the bar theorem; combined with the continuity principle, which is not classically valid, it yields the continuity theorem.
(1) corollary :: תוֹצָאָה יָשִׁירָה
1. consequence ::
2. result ::
3. end result ::
4. upshot ::
5. effect ::
6. repercussion ::
7. product ::
8. by-product ::
9. offshoot ::
1. antecedent ::
2. causation ::
3. cause ::
4. occasion ::
5. reason ::
Different Formscorollaries, corollary
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