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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ensue.

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Examples

  • The carnival atmosphere that has ensued from the fringes of conservatism has been a self-propelling reality show fostered by a corporate media that cares more about getting some crazy on camera than acknowledging issues that actually affect way more people.

    John Wellington Ennis: How Rahm Bombed

  • The carnival atmosphere that has ensued from the fringes of conservatism has been a self-propelling reality show fostered by a corporate media that cares more about getting some crazy on camera than acknowledging issues that actually affect way more people.

    John Wellington Ennis: How Rahm Bombed

  • But the catastrophes that have ensued from the second Bush Administration's efforts to fight a war with unsupervised private contractors; to respond to a natural disaster with an underfunded, incompetent emergency relief agency; and to allow private money managers to spin out increasingly complex financial instruments without regulatory constraint have brought home the values of collective action and government responsibility.

    David Isenberg: Admiral Bob's Global Security: The Future of PSC?

  • The carnival atmosphere that has ensued from the fringes of conservatism has been a self-propelling reality show fostered by a corporate media that cares more about getting some crazy on camera than acknowledging issues that actually affect way more people.

    John Wellington Ennis: How Rahm Bombed

  • The carnival atmosphere that has ensued from the fringes of conservatism has been a self-propelling reality show fostered by a corporate media that cares more about getting some crazy on camera than acknowledging issues that actually affect way more people.

    John Wellington Ennis: How Rahm Bombed

  • The escalation that ensued is captured in Bradley Glenn's documentary Battle of the Bozos, which has its New York premier at the Williamsburg International Film Festival this Saturday.

    Adam Morganstern: Battle of the Bozos

  • But the catastrophes that have ensued from the second Bush Administration's efforts to fight a war with unsupervised private contractors; to respond to a natural disaster with an underfunded, incompetent emergency relief agency; and to allow private money managers to spin out increasingly complex financial instruments without regulatory constraint have brought home the values of collective action and government responsibility.

    David Isenberg: Admiral Bob's Global Security: The Future of PSC?

  • The escalation that ensued is captured in Bradley Glenn's documentary Battle of the Bozos, which has its New York premier at the Williamsburg International Film Festival this Saturday.

    Adam Morganstern: Battle of the Bozos

  • The carnival atmosphere that has ensued from the fringes of conservatism has been a self-propelling reality show fostered by a corporate media that cares more about getting some crazy on camera than acknowledging issues that actually affect way more people.

    John Wellington Ennis: How Rahm Bombed

  • A rapid series of phone calls ensued, with the U.S. playing the role of marriage counselor by talking to Turks and Israelis, who weren't talking to each other.

    U.S. Plays Therapist With Turkey, Israel

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