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Modern Supreme Court confirmation hearings seem like they should be deeply consequential — especially when the nominee has the power to fundamentally shift the balance of the court.What We’ve Managed To Learn About How Amy Coney Barrett Would Rule On Abortion And The Election|Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux (Amelia.Thomson-DeVeaux@abc.com)|October 14, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
It’s something that an international mission would note in its pre-election assessment heading into this consequential election here in the United States.
The staff report’s most consequential recommendation is for Congress to consider legislation that would prevent tech companies from owning different lines of businesses, which could lead to a mandate to break them up.House panel proposes largest antitrust reforms in decades to rein in Big Tech|kdunn6|October 7, 2020|Fortune
Then when her internship with Mitchum Huntzberger goes south, she has to face real, consequential failure for the first time in her life, and she doesn’t do well at all.
So Magness quit, and after watching Rupp, whom he described as “not even on the same sphere of talent level as Alan Webb,” take silver at the 2012 London Olympics, right behind Farah, decided to send the most consequential email of his life.Inside a secret running program at Nike and a win-at-all-costs corporate culture|Rachel King|October 6, 2020|Fortune
And with so much more sense of meaning, of consequentiality, instead of nothing mattering.
Lee's consequentiality had something painful about it at times.The Debtor|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman