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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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Hussain was followed by TLP's Mohammad Yaqoob who could only secure 34,811 votes.
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In the Under-16 category Mohammad Ali got gold medal, followed by Atif Jan and Hamza Khan.
In boys U-14 and below, Master Danial won net category, followed by Master Dharmal and Master Azaan while in gross category, Master Adnan Bulhari won the title, followed by Master Shariq and Master Taha.
3 : to go on the track of <Police followed a clue.>
Under this ruling; an acquisition of target stock followed by the target's liquidation qualified as a type C reorganization.
Friday the conference kicked off with a round of "Happy Birthday" for Commander Steinhouse, who, as she put it, was celebrating her birthday with "4010 very good friends." Next came Barbara Reding's informative session on Auxiliary hospital initiatives, followed by information and a handout on how to write and submit a resolution by newly elected Auxiliary National Judge Advocate Carol A, Gray.
As for the service that they want to use in the future, the most favored choice was "FTTH" (39.1%), followed by 2faster ADSL" (25.3%) and "ADSL" (17.7%).
Registration will start at 7:30 am, followed by a hot buffet breakfast and the keynote address by Dr.
According to the IREM survey, the top three demands of tenants in conventionally financed apartments are timely and effective communication from their property manager or management firm (57.1%), followed by privacy/noise concerns (52.9%) and rent relief (41.4%).
Text RPVOTE followed by the race number to 84080 in Britain (53375 in RofI) (texts cost 25p, 30c RoI) l Email to 100greatestraces@racingpost.co.uk l Online at www.racingpost.co.uk
This study suggests that vegan diets can be acceptable to people who have not followed this type of diet in the past and who are interested in weight loss.