On-the-heels-of sentence example

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  • Longer trips might come on the heels of losing a loved one or feeling lonely and wanting a change of scenery.
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  • This followed hard on the heels of a typhoid outbreak in Bournemouth, where there were 718 cases recorded.
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  • Griffin's quiz show format came on the heels of the game show scandals of the 1950s, when producers would rig the shows to give contestants the answers.
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  • Her most recent brush with tabloid gossip was over her rumored relationship with Justin Timberlake after appearing in his music video, What Goes Around… The speculation came on the heels of Timberlake's breakup with Cameron Diaz.
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  • Trump's bad news came on the heels of a wonderful weekend, when he became a first-time grandfather.
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  • Fresh on the heels of turning herself into police for a prior drunk driving charge, Lohan was arrested in the early hours of July 24, 2007 after police responded to a report of a car chase.
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  • Paris' birthday celebration comes on the heels of her younger brother Barron's recent DUI arrest.
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  • American Idol made its debut in 2002, following hot on the heels of Pop Idol's success.
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  • The comment came on the heels of her split from boyfriend and lead singer of Gym Class Heroes, Travis McCoy.
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  • Yet it also came on the heels of Tyson's retirement from boxing and a bad divorce.
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  • By the 1910s, the first accounts of striptease appeared on the heels of the advent of modern dance.
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  • Mind the Direct Path of the Door: This principle follows on the heels of the position of the bed.
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  • Hot on the heels of their success with the RHCP, Billabong joined forces with the Foo Fighters to create a limited edition board short.
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  • Anger: Quick on the heels of denial comes anger - sometimes at the other person ("How could he do this to me?") but also, whether you realize it or not, at yourself.
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  • Hard on the heels of that "good" feeling, though, comes another sense of guilt.
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  • Hot on the heels of the anniversary collection, Dior released a collection of handbags in its 61st year, titled, fittingly, 61.
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  • Grayson's death hot on the heels of Jane/Deb finally deciding to reveal the truth left fans clamoring for the third season, which is expected to air in 2011.
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  • Hot on the heels of the time-travel storyline, Viki, Tina, Cord, Gabrielle and others were trapped within the lost city of Eterna.
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  • Right on the heels of I Love Money, Brandi C returned to VH1 screens in the second season of Charm School.
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  • Hot on the heels of The Bachelor finale, Rycroft only had two days to practice before Dancing With the Stars premiered.
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  • "I want to know what the girl told him," Gabriel replied, eyes on the timid teen that hung on the heels of the demon lord.
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  • Thus the assailants, carrying the advanced works by storm, rushed upon the main defences on the heels of the broken advanced guard, and a general engagement was brought on which lasted from 3.30 until nine o'clock in the evening.
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