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further

adverb a greater extent, additionally, at a further point, at a more distant point, besides, beyond, else, extra, farther, furthermore, in addition, more, plus, to a greater extent
Associated concepts: continuance, further consideration, furrher conveyance, further hearing, further notice, further prooeeding, further security, further waste, furtherance

further

verb advance, contribute to, facilitate, favor, forward, foster, impel, motivate, move, promote
See also: accrue, additional, advance, aggravate, aid, assist, benefit, compound, countenance, cultivate, develop, exacerbate, expand, expedite, facilitate, favor, foster, hasten, help, increase, inure, nurture, organize, parlay, precipitate, prefer, promote, raise, side, subsidize, support
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If we lowered our prices in the other two stores, it would have shown the merits of self-service, but we didn't go any further with it until about 1950, when we decided to go self-service chainwide.
The beauty of the series is that it clearly went that far and didn't go any further than that.
It was one of those things where you make an enquiry and it just didn't go any further than that.
The leader then tried to stab me five or six times, thankfully he cut my coat and it didn't go any further.
But England must be regretting the fact that discussions didn't go any further and they didn't consider him as coach.
Unfortunately, he didn't go any further, while there were also defeats for Colin Hawkins, Paul Shaw and Andy Battye.
They offered to pay for the damage if it didn't go any further.
I'm not a gambling person - we used to play pontoon as a family when I was little, but otherwise my experience with cards didn't go any further than Snap," Wendi says.
The police were called and I know there are assault allegations but I would rather it didn't go any further because we have a young daughter to think about.
He said: ``My friends called the emergency services and held me up for 10 minutes so the spike didn't go any further into my leg.
A high profile appointment greeted with much fanfare but delivered little in the way of success as Galway didn't go any further than All-Ireland quarterfinal s but s its pped rterfrom in his two years.

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