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  • n  something that results
  • n  a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon

  • Meles: It's very obvious now that the opposition tried to change the outcome of the election by unconstitutional means.
  • Those who offered official commentary tended to question the fairness of the outcome without focusing on specific allegations.
  • In the final analysis, we have adopted a policy that we will not try to influence the outcome of the upcoming Iraqi election by covertly helping individual candidates for office.
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  • President Bush in USA Today
    On this day, at this hour, it is still within our power to shape the outcome of this battle,Bush said. "Let us find our resolve and turn events toward victory."
  • Gordon Brown in Telegraph.co.uk
    Gordon Brown argued that, because Scottish judicial issues are devolved, his Government "could not interfere and had no control over the final outcome".
  • Ben Bernanke in Reuters
    The outcome of the stress test is not going to be fail or pass,Bernanke said in testimony to the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday.

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