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    2. They convey the same idea, but in my mind, the difference is time and causality. "Subsequently" implies something that follows immediately from something else, or because of it. "After that" simply means, sometime later, something happens. Subsequent: brief time, implied causality After that: any amount of time, no implied causality We went to the store, and after that, I went home. These are two separate events, and "after that" simply tells you which one happened first. I went jogging in the rain and subsequently caught a cold. Again, there are two events, but by using "subsequently," I strongly imply the reason I caught a cold was because I ran in the rain.

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