Example sentences for: aftermath

How can you use “aftermath” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Congress gave little guidance to executive branch agencies, did not reform them in any significant way, and did not systematically perform oversight to identify, address, and attempt to resolve the many problems in national security and domestic agencies that became apparent in the aftermath of 9/11.

  • They allege that the complex could have done more to protect belongings they were forced to abandon in the aftermath of the blaze.

  • The New York Times gives plenty of pagefront property to the storm's aftermath in North Carolina and New Jersey but leads with what is emerging as perhaps the largest source of Medicare fraud: not doctors and hospitals but illicit schemes by the companies hired by the government to administer claims.

  • Second, Congress responded, in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, with the Patriot Act, which vested substantial new powers in the investigative agencies of the government.

  • Another Post piece explores the legal aftermath of Friday's findings.

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