By doing so, he thinks he can garner better profit-sharing agreements with Hollywood movie studios and hence higher profitability.
hence he can denounce nasty insurance companies for charging more money to people known to be high risk than to those who are not.
This is very much the PETA argument: life is suffering; hence death is good.
hence such gambits as the idea of a White House “jobs summit” gathering together business and union figures, thought leaders, etc.
hence, the need for more “good Samaritan” laws that protect people who call for help when someone is overdosing.
hence the journey to them was long and excessively difficult.
hence the great influence of omens and of all popular superstitions on a crowd.
It is also a hopper and hence scratches with both feet at once.
hence they undergo improvement and are made consistent with each other.
He was a south Alabama man and hence lost votes in north Alabama.
late 13c., hennes, from Old English heonan "away, hence," from West Germanic *hin- (cf. Old Saxon hinan, Old High German hinnan, German hinnen); related to Old English her "here" (see here). With adverbial genitive -s. The modern spelling (mid-15c.) is phonetic, to retain the breathy -s- (cf. twice, pence). Original sense is "away from here;" of time, from late 14c.; meaning "from this (fact or circumstance)" first recorded 1580s.