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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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C in The "I really hope that it doesn't go any further and that it's sorted," Cuddihy said.
But last month Halfords chief executive Ian McLeod played down an extension of the agreement: "We signed a memorandum of understanding - it doesn't go any further
I hope it doesn't go any further than that and I don't think it will in the end.
Although Bob and Charlotte's relationship is very warm and true, it doesn't go any further.
High Court ocial Deputy Master Mark said: "I hope some sense is seen and it doesn't go any further.
Generally it doesn't go any further than a changing-room debate about whether we would fancy working with the individuals being linked with the job.
And Paul added: "Even if it doesn't go any further and I end up being the George Lazenby of Time Lords, I'll have had a good time.
Managers have rung me about players and when I say, 'Not at the moment', it doesn't go any further.
Let's just hope it doesn't go any further and hire the chronically irritating Bob "It's good to talk" Hoskins, too.
We are just hoping it doesn't go any further because angry relatives on the wards won't help anyone.
We have to hope it doesn't go any further, because it would disrupt our preparations," said Cork.

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