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ensue from (something)

To happen as a result of something else. The unrest ensued from years of economic injustice in that part of the city. An argument ensued from a comment I made that I thought was constructive criticism.
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ensue from something

to result from someone or something. What ensued from the change in policy was not anticipated at all. A very serious problem ensued from the events of the day.
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The plaintiff argued that the court correctly determined that the policy's ensuing loss provision did not apply, arguing that "the ensuing loss provision only applies when an excluded peril sets in motion a covered peril, and the trial court determined as a factual matter that all of the damage to the dwelling was caused by the excluded peril of vandalism, malicious mischief, and theft.
Stating that he was hopeful of their party's prospects in the ensuing elections in the State, he said, "Let us wait till Monday.
Lambert volleyed over and Ernie Cooksey headed wide before Alan Goodall was brought down in the area and Lambert slammed home the ensuing penalty.
These experiments and ensuing research data captured by both the United States and the Soviet Union lead Dr.
The ensuing scar in the nasal sill and columella created an elevation of the nostril floor, resulting in a narrowing of the nostril aperture to approximately 30% of the cross-sectional area of her normal left nostril (figure 1).
The ensuing culture clashes are often alienating, confusing, even painful--but, like the most rewarding travel experiences, they're always invigorating.
The ensuing piece, Continual Distance: more than eleven ways to consider at least four directions, 2003, draws a related analogy from an intersection near the artist's studio: The street, stereometrically rotated, becomes a pointedly aesthetic support for the apartments and shops that line it.
Charlie dies in the ensuing confrontation and Angus and readers will question whether or not Kes killed him.
The two combatants fell to the floor and, during the ensuing scuffle, Scholl was punched in an eye, bitten on her arms, and zapped at least twice with the stun gun.
While Chemerinsky's ensuing sentences give some sense of the Court's rulings and reasoning, they do not provide sufficient qualification of this statement with regard to what has actually been ruled constitutionally impermissible (and permissible).
Much of it recounts the growth of the 89-year-old (at its death) firm from a one-office operation to a multinational colossus, and the ensuing change in its corporate culture as the process of auditing and consulting itself changed.
Moises Kaufman depicts the shocking true story and ensuing outrage after the tragic 1998 death of 21-year-old Matthew Shepard in a Colorado after a vicious anti-gay crime.
The only thing close to ensuing was NBC, which had to announce there is no such show after reporters called asking about it.
The company has further diversified and expanded in the ensuing decades, with Robert Riethmiller Jr.
However, the ensuing public outcry--including objections by the ACLU, some clergy, as well as an article in the St.