1 He remembered afterward, with a grim flash of self-derision, what importance he had attached to the weighing of these probabilities.
2 And the congratulations afterward and the kissing and the toasts and the dancing--all, all like a dream.
3 It took me three days to get there, through the swamps and the Indians, and afterward they thought I'd lose my mind.
4 And Wade could have nourishing food to fill out his thin cheeks and warm clothes and a governess and afterward go to the university.
5 And we're going to the wedding afterward.
6 It was a shock to her to learn afterward that he was but two years older than her mother.
7 If she slipped she recovered her footing, and it was only afterward that she was aware of having recovered it each time on a slightly lower level.
8 He remembered afterward having noticed that only one blind was down.
9 The log stockade which Mrs. Champ Perry was to find when she trekked in was built afterward by the soldiers as a defense against the Sioux.
10 She had a sensation of familiarity; a dream of sitting in a Brussels cafe and going afterward to a tiny gay theater under a cathedral wall.
11 She held him close to her ear and laughed, but a moment afterward I saw there were tears in her eyes.
12 The old man's smile, as he listened, was so full of sadness, of pity for things, that I never afterward forgot it.
13 What she did not tell me then, she told later; we talked of nothing else for days afterward.
14 He said he never remembered exactly how he did it, or what happened afterward.
15 Indeed, he was never the same horse afterward.