Whether an effort to make the case might have produced a different result is hard to know.
They may be used to produce results other than one through six.
Both will take a couple of months to produce results.
The project, which is just getting off the ground, has produced few results so far.
These need to be given a chance to produce political results.
The public schools are being better and has produced good results in national level.
We must look to see which policy can produce results, because they are what matter.
The work we have done over the last two years has produced good results.
The point is that a good idea should not produce a bad result.
It would take longer but was more likely to produce results.
She knew why he did it and felt the word produce the wanted effect.
In part that is because any drug can produce side effects.
It is only necessary to guess right to produce your effect.
Now, the development of the industry can produce double effect.
It was looking down, though, that produced the real effect.
Each produces side effects in about 10 percent of patients, however, and many who cannot take one drug do very well on another.
But whatever she said did not produce the desired effect.
Now, nobody had ever seen that before; no force on earth could produce such effects.
It doesn't produce significant negative side effects such as heat or light.
Other types of action games, including those that focus on strategy or role playing, do not produce the same effect.