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  • n  a secondary and sometimes unexpected consequence
  • n  a product made during the manufacture of something else

  • In a real sense, his political dilemma is a by-product of the discriminatory economic program's success.
  • This failure may be a by-product of the difficulty Geithner has had staffing up at Treasury.
  • While many experts believe the increase is a by-product of a recent broadening of diagnostic criteria, others are convinced that the surge is at least in part real and thereby .
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  • Evan Longoria in AthlonSports.com
    It's a by-product of a frustrated team,Longoria said afterward. "We're trying to win games, and guys are going to have differences of opinion. I just wanted to know what was going through his head. The bottom line: We've talked about it...
  • Stirling Mortlock in Port Macquarie News
    The by-product of playing what's in front of you is hopefully a more entertaining style that everyone is keen to watch,Mortlock said.
  • Jack Tretton in Los Angeles Times
    We ultimately don't make investments on a product-by-product or month-by-month basis, but rather we invest in our platform,Tretton said. "This game will pay off for us with the people who own a PlayStation 3 and the ones who will buy one...

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