Follow [verb]

Definition of Follow:

take the place of

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That followed November’s elections when four new states legalized recreational marijuana, and two legalized medicinal use.

Isaiah Todd soon followed, shunning a scholarship offer from Michigan.

“It’s really — it’s crazy times, and I’m not too scared of getting it personally, but I’m following all the rules that I’ve been told to follow,” Oshie said.

A witness told investigators that the Sikorsky S-76B disappeared into clouds as it followed the route of Highway 101 through a pass in the hills, a moment that also was recorded on video.

Then came the last president’s attempts to overturn the election results, followed by a violent insurrection at the Capitol and an inauguration held under tight covid restrictions and an ominous military presence.

The Capitals’ following two games, scheduled for Thursday and Saturday at the Buffalo Sabres, were postponed Monday because of the Sabres’ coronavirus outbreak.

Limited crowds were allowed in a few stadiums last fall, when the league returned to home markets following a spectator-free summer tournament at Disney World.

The NBA hasn’t experienced public tension with its players like that since the bubble shutdown following Jacob Blake’s shooting by police in August.

Britt Reid, 35, was sentenced to eight to 23 months in jail and five years’ probation in 2007 on gun and drug charges after pointing a gun at another driver following a dispute.

The veteran tight end, who spent the 2019 season in retirement before following quarterback Tom Brady to Tampa Bay, scored on a 17-yard passing play.