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close on the heels of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclose on the heels of somethingclose on the heels of somethingvery soon after something elsecome/follow close on the heels of something Yet another scandal followed close on the heels of the senator’s resignation. close
Examples from the Corpus
close on the heels of somethingWith another couple of laps he might have finished close on the heels of the two Dunlops.
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