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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubsequentlysub‧se‧quent‧ly /ˈsʌbsəkwəntli/ ●●○ W3 AWL adverb formal  AFTERafter an event in the past opp previously The book was subsequently translated into 15 languages. Subsequently, the company filed for bankruptcy.see thesaurus at after
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subsequentlyThis of course was my own concern at Sussex, and subsequently.The six men were subsequently acquitted of all charges, but only after they had served 17 years in prison.New safety guidelines were subsequently adopted.The New Zealand government subsequently announced a similar move.Diplomatic relations had been severed in August 1989, and air and road links were subsequently cut.He was savagely attacked and sustained severe injuries from which he subsequently died.The remainder stays in the donor stream with the large molecular weight substances and is subsequently discarded.Wood can be glued very well by wetting it with water which is subsequently frozen.A Title on Culture was subsequently introduced into the treaty by the Maastricht amendments.The early sociologists established a number of traditions that have subsequently moulded the place of women in sociology.It was subsequently placed in the inner oratory where it was enshrined beneath an altar.The decision was subsequently reversed on appeal.The book was published in 1954 and was subsequently translated into fifteen languages.
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