Hazem
What does it mean? Her colleague’s accusation "came on the heels of a call "summoning Khulood to the local militia headquarters. “That’s when I finally saw there was no chance for me in Iraq, that if I tried any
Dec 7, 2016 6:52 AM
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“(hard) on the heels of something” means “close behind something/soon after something”. So the sentence could be written as “Her colleague’s accusation came soon after a call summoning Khulood to the local militia headquarters.”
December 7, 2016
"came on the heels of" means soon right after :)
December 7, 2016
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Hazem
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