Barack Obama, in his second term, cannot be absent if any real peace process is to ensue.
Today we need not think of war in the traditional sense as the only calamity that could ensue from a breakdown of European unity.
These were the sorts of measures that the other negotiators expected to ensue at future stages of the normalization process.
Because of the conversation that was about to ensue, I was upfront with Turner about my own secretive past, as I should be now.
The minute you undermine the insurance, or dilute it, a bank run might ensue.
But peace did not ensue, and Sisvan had to flee before Ali, and surrendered at Nicopolis.
Consequences easy to foresee did, as a matter of fact, ensue.
On the other hand, recovery may ensue after the stuporous condition has lasted for several weeks.
Thither I bent my steps, half fearing, half hoping, what might ensue.
In other words, "the revelation must remain concealed, because there is to ensue a long period of commotion and distress."