Definitions for "Consequences"
level: Basic (2) [ order by level] Stimulus events that folow a behavior, thought, or feeling and determine its future occurrence in similar situations
order by term] level: Basic (2) Stimulus events that folow a behavior, thought, or feeling and determine its future occurrence in similar situations
Keywords:  episode, cate, rory, slayer, kerry
"Consequences" is the 15th episode of season 3 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. See also List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes.
Consequence is an episode of the United States television show 8 Simple Rules. Rory steals a police dog when he hears about CJ's glory days of stealing his old school mascot, but Cate is shocked when the dog finds marijuana in Kerry's backpack. Cate thinks Kerry's using drugs because of her father's death, but it's really just teenage rebellion.
Consequences is an old parlour game similar to the surrealist game exquisite corpse or Mad Libs.http://www.penguinputnam.com/static/packages/us/yreaders/madlibs/history.html
The outcome and effect of behavior. May be either positive, neutral or negative. ("As a consequence for his third drunken driving conviction, George lost his license for ten years.")
a result or an outcome (example: I didn't do my homework and now I have to miss recess.)
Keywords:  godley, debut, creme, album, triple
Consequences is the debut album by English pop artists Godley & Creme. It was released in 1977 as a boxed triple-LP.
Keywords:  rmw, activities
The results following some activity or activities. [D02522] RMW
30 minutes of afternoon work to learn from your mistakes. Consequences are given by staff to students when students break rules or to help a student stay on track with her growth.
Something that is given or something that is withdrawn or delayed. Consequences are best described in terms of reinforcement and punishment
Keywords:  consultants
Consultants
The results (measured in some way) of employing a health-care intervention (or pharmaceutical, etc).
Keywords:  carried, actions, response, may, your
Actions that may be carried out against you in response to your actions.