Consequences, or which, though foreseeing such consequences, persists in spite of such knowledge. See Railroad Co. v. Bodemer, 139 111. 596, 29 N. E. 692, 32 Am. St. Rep. 218; Com. v. Pierce, 138 Mass. 105, 52 Ani, Rep. 204 ; Railway Co. v. Whipple, 39 Kan. 531, 18 Pac. 730; Eddy v. Powell, 49 Fed. 817, 1 C. a A. 448; Harrison v. State, 37 Ala. 156.

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