subsequently

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After; referring to the following situation, in regards to a previous event. "Amy went to her classes, and once they were finished she subsequently went to work." See also consequently.

Use 'subsequently' in a Sentence

John studied hard for his upcoming anatomy test; subsequently, he scored the highest grade in the class and was offered a job as a tutor.
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I recently had to let one of my best employees go. He had been written up for tardiness three times in three months. There were far more than 3 days he came in late and the employee contracts state that after 3 write ups the employee will be terminated. On his 2nd write up we had a talk and I warned him what was to come. When he showed up the following week 2 hours late subsequently he got his 3rd write up and subsequent to that I had to let him go.
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I recently had to let one of my best employees go. He had been written up for tardiness three times in three months. There were far more than 3 days he came in late and the employee contracts state that after 3 write ups the employee will be terminated. On his 2nd write up we had a talk and I warned him what was to come. When he showed up the following week 2 hours late subsequently he got his 3rd write up and subsequent to that I had to let him go.
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