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whereupon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhereuponwhere‧u‧pon /ˌweərəˈpɒn $ ˈwerəpɑːn, -pɒːn/ conjunction  IMMEDIATELYRESULT formal used when something happens immediately after something else, or as a result of something happening She refused to hand over her money, whereupon there was a fight.
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whereuponThe rioters headed downtown, whereupon they attacked city hall.
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