To carry out in accordance to (orders, instructions, etc). (verb)
To live one's life according to (religion, teachings, etc). (verb)
To understand, to pay attention to. (verb)
To watch, to keep track of (reports of) some event or person. (verb)
To be a logical consequence of. (verb)
Examples of word follow
If you would go to the political world, follow the great road, Â—follow that marketman, keep his dust in your eyes, and it will lead you straight to it; for it, too, has its place merely, and does not occupy all space.
I will follow your holy deception; ï¿½-follow till ye have brought me to the feet of my Father in Heaven, where I shall find you all with folded wings spangling the sapphire dusk whereon stands His throne, which is our home.
And in the former stanza, for _all follow this_, we might read, _all follow_ thee.
The storyline, while a bit tough to follow, is very interesting, and seems to follow from the high level of integration between humanity and technology depicted.
One good practice to follow is to use larger stones as often as possible for the lower courses.