I adverb accordingly, as a consequence, as a matter of course, as a result, as matters stand, as the case may be, because, by reason of, by the same sign, by the same token, ergo, finally, for reasons given, for that cause, for that reason, for this reason, for which reason, from that cause, hence, igitur, in accordance therefore, in conclusion, in that case, in that event, in which case, it follows that, itaque, logically then, naturally, necessarily, of course, of necessity, on account of this, on that account, on this account, such being the case, that being so, that being the case, therefore, thus, thusly, to that end, under the circumstances, wherefore II index a fortiori, a priori

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