follow-up colonoscopies three years hence determined the presence or absence of polyps.
follow-up work by Lewis and University of Wisconsin political scientist Donald Moynihan confirmed this in a telling way.
In a follow-up email, she added that she can't say definitively that her husband will support Gillibrand.
Then came the follow-up, which was actually a stand-up piece of journalism, its lack of sex or drugs notwithstanding.
Her follow-up to Gulag, the equally compelling and bleak The Iron Curtain, was also released to wide acclaim in 2012.
Their fee was $2.50 per visit which included the price of follow-up medicine.
But usually the follow-up is concerned with the pursuit, capture, or trial.
His account of the later developments is called either a rewrite or a follow-up story, depending upon the method employed.
And their swapping the prizes will make a peach of a follow-up story.
It was what in the world of commerce is called a "follow-up" letter.