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He said the incident was the result of a misunderstanding.
There is a shortage of cheap housing, with the result that many people are leaving the city.
Colby died as the result of a heart attack.
York Road will be closed and delays are likely as a result.
The cuts are a direct result of a lack of state funding.
Video is cheaper, though the end results are less polished.
The election result was a disaster for the party.
the surprise result of the Australian Grand Prix
Our results show that an effective vaccine is feasible.
The results of the survey will be published shortly.
You can get the results of your blood test from the nurse.
We need to see some results before we commit ourselves further.
He breaks rules, but he gets results.
The CEO resigned last week after a disappointing set of annual results.
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