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subsequent to

prep.
At a later time than; after.
Translations
následkem
efter
eftir aî
-den sonra

subsequent

(ˈsabsikwənt) adjective
following or coming after. His misbehaviour and subsequent dismissal from the firm were reported in the newspaper.
ˈsubsequently adverb
afterwards. He escaped from prison but was subsequently recaptured.
subsequent to
after. The child became ill subsequent to receiving an injection against measles.
References in classic literature ?
From the foregoing events of the winter-time let us press on to an October day, more than eight months subsequent to the parting of Clare and Tess.
On her leaving their house after the short visit subsequent to her marriage they were under the impression that she was ultimately going to join her husband; and from that time to the present she had done nothing to disturb their belief that she was awaiting his return in comfort, hoping against hope that his journey to Brazil would result in a short stay only, after which he would come to fetch her, or that he would write for her to join him; in any case that they would soon present a united front to their families and the world.
I did not see the prisoner again for several days subsequent to our first encounter, and then only to catch a fleeting glimpse of her as she was being conducted to the great audience chamber where I had had my first meeting with Lorquas Ptomel.
On the day subsequent to the monarch's visit, the partners landed and waited upon him in return.
A few months subsequent to the event just related, the young Mexican settled his accounts with the Rocky Mountain Company, and obtained his discharge.
the First Contract Will Be Completed Subsequent to the Period 01.
13 /PRNewswire/ -- Allmerica Securities Trust announced it will make a subsequent distribution resulting from settlement activity subsequent to the May 12, 2006 liquidation date of the Trust ("Liquidation Date").
The court allowed the IRs to use the financial information for the entire fiscal year (which included the four months subsequent to the gift) as evidence in valuing the gift.
Subsequent to TEI's submission, the IRS on August 19, 1999, promulgated proposed regulations interpreting the phrase "plan (or series of related transactions)" for purposes of section 355(e).