The British journal New Theatre Quarterly has even run a series of articles discussing the theatricality of the uncertainty principle and corollary axioms.
There was an interesting corollary to this scientist's play about scientists.
But well-informed doctors differ: they say the incidences are a corollary to the level of awareness among the people.
An implicit corollary to this assertion is the idea that nations judge their rivals primarily according to their interests rather than their ideals.
The freedom of the press is a corollary to free speech.
The treadmill is a corollary to suburban sprawl: a device with which to go nowhere in places where there is now nowhere to go.
The plot is only a corollary to the main thrust of the book, which is basically an extended development of Christopher's character.
In addition, there are several more specific corollary conclusions to the main finding.
A potential corollary benefit of reducing duration of mechanical ventilation is a reduction in ventilator-associated complications.
Her goal is to help women achieve healthy and long-lasting marriages, although the corollary implication is that women are responsible for failed relationships.