result from (something)

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result from (something)

To exist, emerge, or occur as a direct consequence or outcome of something. A dream job as an artistic designer on my favorite film franchise resulted from spending my spare time drawing fan art and sharing it online. In the end, very little actually resulted from all the heated debate surrounding the issue.
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result from something

to emerge from something; to be the outcome of something. It will be interesting to see what results from your efforts. Nothing resulted from all that work.
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It is natural to regard desire as in its essence an attitude towards something which is imagined, not actual; this something is called the END or OBJECT of the desire, and is said to be the PURPOSE of any action resulting from the desire.
Cardiovascular effects of arsenic exposure include hypertension, atherosclerosis, cerebrovascular disease, ischemic heart disease, and peripheral vascular disorders such as black-foot disease (resulting from gangrene caused by obstruction of peripheral blood vessels) in humans (Chen et al.
Born from a multi-billion dollar debt and a driving commitment to customer success, Raytheon Six Sigma[TM] (R6[sigma][TM]) has generated over $2 billion in financial benefits resulting from over 3,000 projects.
311(b) (i.e., gain resulting from the "outside" appreciation in T's stock (deferred momentarily under Regs.
(1) "Key comparison reference value: the reference value accompanied by its uncertainty resulting from a CIPM key comparison [1]."
Despite the limitations of the survey resulting from a low response rate and certain the technological features of the survey, the University now has a foundation on which to develop a comprehensive assessment of student learning.
Some speak of the supply chain as "the final frontier" -- underscoring the importance of attacking the cost of process inefficiencies resulting from disjointed enterprise activities, and going beyond the "traditional" approaches shown above.
The reported metric resulting from the IOPS test is SPC-1 IOPS.
The clinical features of spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita resulting from the substitution of glycine 997 by serine in the alpha 1(II) chain of type II collagen.
As a result, there is a significant benefit to a purchaser at a judicial sale resulting from foreclosure or bankruptcy.
The term would not include intangible property that is a normal result of conducting a business, such as manufacturing economies resulting from protracted manufacturing operations, or intangible property for which there may be acceptable substitutes available in the marketplace at a comparable price.
However, AcSEC concluded advertising assets other than those resulting from certain direct-response advertising do not meet the recognition criteria of reliability in FASB Concepts Statement no.
An example of unexpected synergism resulting from these novel polymer combinations, facilitated by surfacetreatment, is abrasion resistance.
Generally, the byproducts of these reactions (including both stable compounds and glasses resulting from melting, alloying and refractory wear) are lumped into the general term "slag."
Cardiovascular effects associated with high levels of arsenic in drinking water include atherosclerosis, hypertension, cerebrovascular diseases, ischemic heart disease, and peripheral vascular disorders such as blackfoot disease (resulting from gangrene caused by obstruction of peripheral blood vessels) (Chen et al.