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Follow

To conform to, comply with, or be fixed or determined by; as in the expression "costs follow the event of the suit." To go, proceed, or come after. To seek to obtain; to accept as authority, as in adhering to precedent.

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#pleasedontbe6-6 Follow him because: He responds to what fans ask and you can watch his spats with Piers Morgan.
In the phone follow-up group, the reasons for not being followed exclusively by phone (other than being lost to follow-up) included a switch by some women to office follow-up before the 1-week phone call; requests by some women to be seen in the office after the 1-week phone call even though the physician didn't consider it necessary; and visits by some women before the 30day call to medical clinics or the emergency department, during which follow-up or pregnancy tests were performed.
2 : to come after in time or place <Spring follows winter.>
If we follow the rules, religion says, we are inoculated against failure and find salvation in doing more of the same.
If university students enrolled in a studio art course access an edublog and follow links related to their instruction, how helpful will they find the links?
If you need to create a data source from a database that is not listed in this tab, click on <New Data Source> and follow the instructions.
* First, it is not unusual to find that in the absence of a specific test result tracking and tickler system, a significant percentage of positive test results, often 30 percent, will not lead to an appropriate follow up.
Start going toward the "Airport Exit" on "International Parkway South" and follow for 0.2 miles.
4) Return to play must follow a medically supervised stepwise process."
Not all companies should necessarily follow all the recommendations, but this provides a menu of possibilities.
Often we want to stop our ears and pretend we do not hear God's voice; often, we do not want to follow God's will, preferring instead, like Eli, to do what we want when we want.