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Hereafter

In the future.

The term hereafter is always used to indicate a future time—to the exclusion of both the past and present—in legal documents, statutes, and other similar papers.

hereafter

(Eventually), adverb at a fixed time, later, ultimately
Associated concepts: hereafter acquired, hereafter built

hereafter

(Henceforth), adverb afterwards, from here on, from now on, from this time on

hereafter

later or below in a document.
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