follow

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  • Info Follow is the third album by Pakho Chau, comprising four new tracks and nine previously released tracks.
  • The winter days following December were not included as part of any month.
  • If a second given name is used, this follows the first given name.
  • The site remained in operation for several years following the fire.
  • Part One follows several different people over the same period of several days.
  • It is rare for a team forced to follow on to win the match.
  • The pressure was then on the home side to avoid the follow-on.
  • He was not re-signed following the end of the season making him a free agent.
  • In the following century the word was in general use.
  • Still the time table for port calls must follow the land time zone.
  • Because of their length, short stories may or may not follow this pattern.
  • Model names would follow the brand name in the same convention as today.
  • As more of the population was recorded, there were sufficient records to follow a family.
  • Four years following its original release, it became the number one movie in the UK.
  • It then follows that real human happiness is independent of the physical world.
  • When it follows the city it may be on the same line or on a new line.
  • The follow does the same thing, but starts with their right foot.
  • However, he will see if his audience follows him after publishing his next project.
  • While these teams work mostly independent and do not all follow a common release schedule.
  • Another advance to the river south of the city followed.
  • Each would follow the orders from their officers and fight as a single unit instead of individuals.
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Meaning of follow

  • verb To travel behind, go after, come after
    The ducklings followed their mother around the pond, Please follow the guide through the museum
  • verb Come as a logical consequence; follow logically
    It follows that your assertion is false, the theorem falls out nicely
  • verb Travel along a certain course
    follow the road, follow the trail
  • verb Come after in time, as a result
    A terrible tsunami followed the earthquake
  • verb Behave in accordance or in agreement with
    Follow a pattern, Follow my example
  • verb Be next
    Mary plays best, with John and Sue following
  • verb To bring something about at a later time than
    She followed dinner with a brandy, He followed his lecture with a question and answer period
  • verb Accept and follow the leadership or command or guidance of
    Let's follow our great helmsman!, She followed a guru for years
  • verb Adhere to or practice
    These people still follow the laws of their ancient religion
  • verb Grasp the meaning
    Can you follow her argument?, When he lectures, I cannot follow