Given her advanced age and storied career, wouldn't the aftermath of the surgery have been a good time to gracefully bow out?
Afghanistan disconnected YouTube in the aftermath of the Libya tragedy, a dubious if understandable short-term solution.
We were given a horrific version of the same thing on 9/11 and, even more, in the long Bushian aftermath.
She was 22 when I encountered her in 2007 at Virginia Tech in the aftermath of the mass shooting there.
Certainly now when here are, in the aftermath of The Giver, a number of dystopian novels, which involve a great deal of violence.
Probably their conversation was the aftermath of a cabinet meeting.
But in her sweet way she had given him her woman's aftermath of love.
As the war dance was the call to battle, this was the aftermath.
The aftermath, however, does not come up to the expectations of the good Medium.
Daoud felt that now, in the aftermath of frenzy, their flesh was melting and flowing together and becoming one.
1520s, originally a second crop of grass grown after the first had been harvested, from after + -math, a dialectal word, from Old English mæð "a mowing, cutting of grass" (see math (n.2)). Figurative sense by 1650s. Cf. French regain "aftermath," from re- + Old French gain, gaain "grass which grows in meadows that have been mown," from a Germanic source, cf. Old High German weida "grass, pasture"