May I use "that way" at the beginning of a paragraph, referring to the idea which was mentioned in the previous paragraph?

For instance:

That way, it is possible to conclude that...

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    I might start a sentence in the same paragraph in this manner, but not a new paragraph.
    – Davo
    Jan 17 '20 at 22:17
  • And do you think I may use "on that account" at the beggining of a paragraph even if it is not not properly a cause-effect relationship? I can give some more context: (Paragraph describing my personal profile). / On that account, I am a peaceful person
    – lae96
    Jan 17 '20 at 22:29

Whilst it is not grammatically wrong, I would not start a new paragpraph that way because 'that' almost always references something you mentioned prevoisly.

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