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Henceforth

From this time forward.

The term henceforth, when used in a legal document, statute, or other legal instrument, indicates that something will commence from the present time to the future, to the exclusion of the past.

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"Henceforward we wish to be known as Aintree," as though Franz in Frankfurt and Boris in Belarus have the first clue where the bloody hell Aintree is.
After news of the sack of Rome reached Valladolid where Charles V was then in residence, one of his counselors wrote that "we expect that Your Majesty will give us accurate instructions so that we may know how you intend governing Rome henceforward, and whether some form of Apostolic chair is to remain or not....I will not conceal from Your Majesty the view of some of your servants that the Holy See should not be utterly and entirely abolished." [27] Then serving as a papal official in the Romagna, Guicciardini wrote to the pope that "it is to be believed that he [Charles V] will want to take away the temporal and to reduce the popes to the condition in which they were when their election and all their power depended on the emperors." [28]
Bibliothique Municipale de La Rochelle (henceforward BMLR), MS 241, registre of the officialite of La Rochelle, July 1545-December 1552.
Man knows henceforward that he can do anything without the echo in his ear of the redoubtable summons of the sovereign judge, `Adam, where art thou?' There is no longer any judge, save Adam himself, who, since he alone makes the law, alone applies it, without knowing yet that man is for himself the hardest of masters, and that, by a comparison with the yoke which he lays on his own shoulders, that of the Lord was light to bear." (3)
thus scanned by Doughtie, are described as "iambic octosyllables." Whatever this might mean, the accentuation (mine, as henceforward) of the parallel lines in the second stanza is
Thus it's not surprising that she became an actress nationally noted for smoldering intensity, disciplined theatricality and a range that effortlessly encompasses a tragically troubled Southern belle (A Streetcar Named Desire), a disfigured but lusty hillbilly (Tobacco Road), a brashly motor-mouthed New Yorker (Lips Together, Teeth Apart), a coming-unglued Mormon wife (Angels in America), an icily tyrannical nurse (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), a brain-damaged battered wife (A Lie of the Mind), a vengeance-minded South American torture-and-rape victim (Death and the Maiden), a humanoid robot (Alan Ayckbourn's Henceforward), and even zany comic Fanny Brice (Anne Bogart and Tina Landau's American Vaudeville).
Henceforward, the two are bound to each other by an imperishable love that dares all dangers and makes light of hardships but does not destroy their loyalty to the king.
During the discussion of the Boer war, for example, the reader is informed that "the mainstream of the Progressive Movement responded instinctively to the crisis with a thundering affirmation of the progressive tradition's ethical opposition to imperialism." Accordingly, "those like the Webbs and Asquith, whose instincts did not produce this response, were henceforward peripheral to this tradition.
But Arles was a psychic disaster, a period of sustained frenzy that climaxed in the cropped ear at Christmas, 1888; and when Van Gogh transferred himself from Arles to Saint-Remy, the intense metaphoric color had faded from canvases which are cool, as the iris bed is cool in coloration, and the expressive energy of the work is henceforward carried more by form than hue.
He sends his messengers Gupan and Ugar (Vine and Field) to Mot's abode beyond the northern mountains, to demand that he confine himself henceforward to the underworld and the deserts of the earth.
Henceforward and assuming the bill becomes law, those that violate it may be subject to six months' imprisonment or a fine of Rs50,000 or both.