Afterward [adverb]

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The president, meanwhile, continued with happy talk for at least two weeks afterward.

The outcome of this year’s presidential election looks like it won’t be known for days or weeks afterward as we await the counting of mail-in ballots.

The HTA, it turns out, was afterward completed without Murphy’s involvement.

What’s more, 3 percent of the people who survived their hospital stay needed more care in a nursing facility afterward.

Orlando knows the pain of mass shootings, and discriminatory sexual orientation guidelines denied victims’ friends and families the opportunity to donate blood afterward.

Preliminary data show that students did worse on tests afterward than when the daily quiz questions came from the teacher.

That piece broke as we were recording, and the ensuing fallout happened afterward.

I feel like we’re going to be processing this time for so long afterward.

Soon afterward, the city’s chief prosecutor announced criminal charges against the officers involved in the arrest.

When Bloomberg requested the information afterward, a spokesman provided the $152,000 figure, adding that an additional $90,000 of personal protective equipment also was distributed and about $575,000 was spent locally to put on the event.