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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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Grief, and its rude upheaval of social and emotional stability, are the real subjects of The Sweet Hereafter.
The Sweet Hereafter is more difficult to assess, though just as disturbing.
That is, the statutory term "except as hereafter provided in regulations" may not be deemed triggered by issuance of proposed regulations.
If a corporation ccan avoid punishment here," Bryan reasoned, "it need not worry about the hereafter.
If only funding, that is confounding of a green house or a farm was allowed until now, complete construction will hereafter be allowed.
If a believer does all this for the sake of Allh The Almighty, he will receive more in the world and the Hereafter, as confirmed by Allh The Almighty when He Says (what means): {And [remember] when your Lord proclaimed, 'If you are grateful, I will surely Increase you [in favor]; but if you deny, indeed, My punishment is severe'"} [Quran 14:7] One must be satisfied with a little portion of this world, seek the Hereafter, have aversion to the abode of arrogance in order to have the signs of the love and good pleasure of Allh The Almighty visible on him.
Films HEREAFTER (12A) Verdict: IF YOU are fascinated by the relationship between life and death and what might lie in between, then Hereafter's subject matter alone wil make this an intrigui ng watch.
Written by Mark Jerome Walters (Professor of Journalism and Media Studies at the University of South Florida), Seeking The Sacred Raven: Politics and Extinction on a Hawaiian Island is the true story of the ill-fated effort to preserve the wild alala, a type of raven indigenous to Hawaii and venerated as sacred by the native populace--the alala is thought to be a guide that aids the souls of the dead in their journey to the hereafter.
Alpha-producer Robert Lantos, with The Sweet Hereafter and Sunshine, confirms his ranking as Canada's most savvy and successful, while Denise Robert and Daniel Louis (Les Invasions barbares) and Niv Fichman (The Red Violin) have their Oscars.
BY THIS deed, I, (full new name), of (current address), formerly called (full old name), wholly renounce, relinquish and abandon the use of my former name of (full old name) and in its place do assume from the date of this deed poll the new name of (full new name) so that I may hereafter be called, known and distinguished not by my former name of (full old name) but by my assumed name of (full new name).
Confidential, Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter, Ang Lee's The Ice Storm, and Francesco Rosi's The Truce, might offer fresh interpretations of fictional works by key authors such as James Ellroy, Russell Banks, Rick Moody, and Primo Levi - these promises, however, were left largely unfulfilled.