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follow a pattern/course/trend etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfollow a pattern/course/trend etcfollow a pattern/course/trend etcIMITATEto continue to happen or develop in a particular way, especially in a way that is expected In Australia, the weather follows a fairly predictable pattern. follow
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follow a pattern/course/trend etcFor troubled marriages, researcher Karen Kayser has found, follow a pattern.The results of these contradictions tend to follow a pattern.These sections naturally follow one from the other, and thus the organization of the headings in these two chapters follows patterns.This observation follows a pattern frequently encountered in research in this area.Lesson four: don't follow trends Like Buddhism and Epping Forest, the road to fitness has many paths.In this venture, Clinton is following a course set by a number of his predecessors.He followed a pattern set two years ago by former Sen.
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