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sequela

 [sĕ-kwel´ah] (pl. seque´lae) (L.)
a morbid condition following or occurring as a consequence of another condition or event.
postpolio sequela (postpoliomyelitis sequela) postpoliomyelitis syndrome.
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Except for Gugong zhenben congkan (2000) and Chizaotang Siku quanshu huiyao (2005), the other three modern editions of the Sequel contain all eight supplementary chapters.
Suggested sequel: Same movie for a female character.
While development proved to be a formidable task, Sequel represents an equally challenging outlook when it comes to the future of vehicle manufacturing.
GM has made no commitment to manufacturing the Sequel, but GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said he would push the company to approve full production of a fuel-cell vehicle as early as the 2011 model year.
According to David Hancock, a senior analyst at Screen Digest who has studied the phenomenon, sequels are no longer designed to merely exploit the success of the first film in the series.
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So the lack of even a mention of AIDS or HIV in the sequel seems bizarre.
9 (2) Queen Of The Damned (15) Dull sequel to Interview With A Vampire.
The actress - who played games mistress Madam Hooch in the first film - is the only original cast member not to appear in the sequel. It is rumoured that she only earned GBP40,000 for 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone', although the film grossed almost GBP1bn worldwide.
The protective moldings atop the side rails and tailgate surrounding the cargo box on the Ford Explorer Sport Trac are injection molded with Sequel 1514 engineered polyolefin from Solvay Engineered Polymers.
Sequel 1440 engineered polyolefin, a material designed by Solvay Engineered Polymers especially for use in large, thin-wall applications, forms the front and rear bumper fascias and the grille of DaimlerChrysler's PT Cruiser.