- v. Simple past tense and past participle of follow.
“A fortnight ago Le Monde reported that French internet surfers searching for information on politicians typed a name followed by "Juif" "Jew" more frequently than in any other nation.”
“Example: Type in any high school curriculum novel and the first hit is always the title followed by "sparknotes" :D armoniv shadows006”
“Note: works by Raymond Carver are indicated by the title followed by type of work in parentheses; i.e., (poems); (story).”
“The title followed a pack of earlier Enron-related books, but Mr. Zackheim noted that it was well-reviewed and sold well, and is still in print as a paperback.”
“By the definition followed here (and often followed by others), all such behavior is neither rational nor irrational but of a third kind, the pre-rational if one wishes, or normative (goal-formation or clarification), because if goals do not exist or are to a significant extent in flux, means typically cannot be well chosen.”
“Select "Other", then enter "Costa Rica Coffee" for the label followed by our company URL of www. donjuancoffee.com.”
“Determine if you want to post just the title, just the initial content from the body, or the title followed by content from the body.”
“Here are the fastest-selling charity singles since 2000, with the title followed by the artist and charity, according to Official Charts Company data:”
“It begins with a statement that runs counter to the title followed by a second sentence that doesn't support the first one, and a third that appears to contradict the second while failing utterly at congruous analogies.”
“Rather than a sharp recession at the beginning of his term followed by a significant expansion, the recession that Obama inherits will be far worse when his first term ends.”
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