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a. a forward spin imparted to a cue ball causing it to roll after the object ball
b. a shot made in this way
What does it mean when you dream about following?
To follow something in a dream indicates that we are attracted to something or that we are being influenced by whatever we are following. Being followed in a dream can mean that we are influencing others; negatively, it can represent the feeling that we are being pursued or followed by something out of our past—such as pain or guilt.
An expression used in air traffic control. When transmitted to aircraft, it means “Adjust your taxi path (or flight path) and/or speed to follow the specified aircraft.”
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"We followed up
these cases for 5 to 10 years and now they no longer need to visit us regularly for any further follow-ups."
We followed up
these cases for five to 10 years and now they no longer need to visit us regularly for any further follow-ups."
(2) In the United Kingdom, it is recommended that patients who have been treated for head and neck SCC be initially followed up
at monthly intervals throughout the first year.