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The most consequential single task before the Abadi government in coming weeks is the choice of Interior Minister.The New Iraq War Could Be Won or Lost This Month by Baghdad Politics|Bartle Bull|October 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The second seems as consequential for the next election as JFK running on not being Truman.
You know, troubled and certainly having a different kind of wiring that lends itself to conscience and consequential behavior.OITNB’s New Villain Vee, Played By Lorraine Toussaint, Speaks for the First Time|Kevin Fallon|June 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Thus we continue to endure the two most consequential events of the recent decade without acknowledging either for what they are.
Barack Obama was elected in consequential times, which makes him a consequential president.
He was consequential, dogmatic, and with all the self-asserting priggishness of young Oxford fresh upon him.She and I, Volume 1|John Conroy Hutcheson
And Plato himself shows that a rectilinear is in the first place, and a circular is only consequential and accidental.Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
But he had not laid aside with his toggery any of his important and consequential airs.
When they possess this, it is accompanied by a haughty, consequential, and ostentatious bravery.
When one has made a fortune as consequential as mine, one is at liberty to forget.The Milkmaid of Montfermeil (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XX)|Charles Paul de Kock