Antonyms for follows up

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He follows up his resolution now with material for petition.

A remark which he follows up by the statement that ferns must on the existing classification be referred to the Monocotyledons.

But before he follows up his doctrinal discourse with practical precepts he once more reproves the Galatians.

It is a beautiful highway that skirts Lake Windermere and follows up through Ambleside.

At the end of a longer or shorter period the expedition discovers a scent, which it follows up to the nest of the Formica fusca.

That a person who follows up a cucumber salad with a dish of ice-cream will inevitably be the victim of cholera morbus.

Again he picks up two more good cards in the same way, and follows up with the proper number of indifferent ones, as before.

Himself now more widely awake than ever, he follows up the train of thought Cypriano had interrupted.

There for a moment she pauses and follows up her victory over the now crimson Barndale with a terrible whisper.

Nasse follows up the thread of investigation from the study of private law towards the study of economic conditions.