ensue

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  • Both schools and church buildings were constructed in the town in the ensuing years.
  • There were many calls to put this into effect over the ensuing years.
  • It is said that those who get a ring will find their true love in the ensuing year.
  • An ensuing price war between the two companies almost drove both of them out of business.
  • In order that good government may ensue, good citizens must take part in elections. Cited from Elements of Civil Government, by Alexander L. Peterman
  • My heart is steel, so that no faith can from the same ensue. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. VI, by Robert Dodsley
  • The ensuing street fighting left several dead and injured on both sides.
  • What ensued was one of the largest population movements in recorded history.
  • Hand-to-hand fighting ensued for about half an hour before the enemy was driven from the area.
  • The ensuing battle was now fought on the main square and streets of the town.
  • The conflict that would soon ensue created a division throughout the area.
  • Once they were established in a county of their own, a period of relative peace ensued.
  • Many other sports also increased in popularity over the ensuing years.
  • Initially, a period of strong economic growth and social development ensued.
  • Three aircraft were burned, and one man died as a result of the ensuing fire.
  • For the next three hours at close quarters a fire fight ensued.
  • In the ensuing battle, then the brothers come and make peace.
  • Although this system of communication can be effective, problems can often ensue within organizations.
  • Recognized as a military professional, Grant was asked to lead the ensuing effort.
  • He will have issue; and after his death more heavy troubles will ensue. Cited from The Life of Marie de Medicis, Vol. 1 (of 3), by Julia Pardoe
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