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following immediately and as a result of what went before
"ensuing events confirmed the prediction"
Refers to the actions, consequences, and repercussions which result from some prior stimulus or event.
We watched the derailment and ensuing train wreck with a mixture of fascination and horror.
Etymology: participle of ensue
The numerical value of ensuing in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of ensuing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of ensuing in a Sentence
Socrates seems to be the philosophical napkin with which the ensuing cultural thinkers of history wipe their mouths of pedantic ooze.
Markets have naively assumed that China was one and done with Beijing and Shanghai, covid-zero is going nowhere in China, and nor is the virus. Thus, the chances of extended restrictions returning, with the ensuing drop in China's economic activity, remain as high as ever.
Files that could have documented the terrible deeds and named those responsible were destroyed or not even created, the stipulated procedures and processes for the prosecution offenses were deliberately not complied with... such standard practices will make it clear that it is not transparency which damages the church, but rather the acts of abuse committed, the lack of transparency, or the ensuing coverup.
Mogherini's Guardian op-ed lacks context and understanding of Iran's regional and aggressive policy and sectarian overtones that have polarized the Middle East her task of 'regional cooperative framework' must evolve from a clear understanding of Iran's interventionist and sectarian foreign policy and ensuing polarization.
Files that could have documented the terrible deeds and named those responsible were destroyed or not even created, the stipulated procedures and processes for the prosecution offenses were deliberately not complied with... such standard practices will make it clear that it is not transparency which damages Catholic Church, but rather the acts of abuse committed, the lack of transparency, or the ensuing coverup.
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