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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.

sequel

/se·quel/ (se´kwel) sequela.

sequel

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This has been the summer of sequels, and 'Seabiscuit' is something that is fresh,'' said one.
Sequel Technology Corporation, founded in 1995, is a leading solution provider of software that enables IS professionals and corporate managers to identify, audit and report on Internet and intranet usage, as well as set and enforce policies.
Titles include highly anticipated sequels such as "Sega Sports(TM) NFL 2K2," "Shenmue(TM) II" and well-known characters and properties such as "Sonic Adventure(TM) 2" and "Crazy Taxi(TM) 2.
Its ultra-ambitious sequels, on the other hand, are expected to blow away audiences like nothing ever has before.
Soldier of Fortune(R) II Double Helix" is the sequel to one of the top first-person action games of 2000.
3) Paramount's ``Lara Croft: Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life'' brings Angelina Jolie back to the box office for the film's sequel.
Franco, who starred in the film as the gangster Alien, was not at all happy that there will be a sequel to the dramedy film.
Jackey Raye Newman Jones and Bernie Rosenblum, who appeared in the original, will also star in the sequel, according to www.
John Madden, Managing Partner of Sequel, commented, "The principals of Falcon and Sequel have a long-standing relationship dating back to the early 1990's and we are currently partners in two portfolio companies.
In a nutshell: Sequel to ``Meet the Parents'' boasts twice the talent, delivers half the laughs of the original.
Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington, who played the protagonists of the multiple award-winning sci-fi flick "Avatar" (2009), will reportedly return for the film's upcoming sequels, according to various sources.