Aftermath [noun]

Definition of Aftermath:

situation following an event, occurrence

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“Both Boeing and the FAA gambled with the public’s safety in the aftermath of the Lion Air crash, resulting in the death of 157 more individuals on Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, less than five months later,” the report said.

Consider today’s Sunday Magazine an early handbook for a messy aftermath, as we introduce you to The Deciders.

The PKKP will continue to work with Rio on the aftermath of the blasts and advocate “for wide-ranging changes to ensure a tragedy like this never happens again,” the corporation said in a statement, declining to comment on the executive changes.

The rate of retail bankruptcies today rivals the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.

In the aftermath, Memorial’s parent company sold Memorial and two other hospitals, including what is now known as West Bank, to Ochsner, which began a period of expansion in which it would become the largest hospital network in the state.

In the aftermath, political figures put aside their differences to unite against hate and stood with the Jewish community of San Diego.

In the aftermath of The Intercept’s initial story, Morse’s campaign enjoyed a surge in fundraising, and a mid-August internal poll from Morse’s campaign found Neal ahead by only 5 points, 46 percent to 41 percent.

In the aftermath of the cannon's roar came whoops of delight from nearly a hundred small boys in the blockhouse.

The aftermath of the war is a spiritual cataclysm such as civilized mankind has never before known.

In Europe, the startling upheavals of the previous year were followed by an Abortive Spanish rising aftermath no less startling.