- s in regular succession without gaps
- s following or accompanying as a consequence
the period of tension and consequent need for military preparedness
- Bellow's sub sequent novel, Henderson the Rain King, rambled even more; and in Herzog the tension has snapped completely in a flood of good will.
- In the sub sequent tense weeks of struggle between Sukarno and the army, we found other ways of keeping informed.
- But Ashmore claimed that a sub sequent attempt to explore this opening with a letter to Ho from himself and Baggs was "effectively and brutally canceled" by a tough-worded message .