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later

adverb after, after a time, after a while, after that, afterwards, at a future time, at a later date, at a later point in time, at a subsequent time, at some point in the fuuure, before long, before too long, imminently, in days to come, in the aftermath, in the course of time, in the future, in the immediate future, in the sequel, later on, next, subsequently, succeeding, successively, then, tomorrow
See also: ensuing, ex post facto, future, hereafter, subsequent, successive, thereafter
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In December 2004 the IRS issued notice 2005-1, which provided interim guidance on the new rules; the IRS says it will issue additional guidance later in 2005.
The final envelope was examined 13 years later and, like the previous ones, showed virus particles still capable of replicating in culture (8).
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Liam Mammom, 21, Heworth, plumber: Nightclubs are too expensive so it would be better if bars opened later.
For most pregnant women, one drink a month is not likely to affect their sons or daughters in later life, Clarke says.
Also in Services of the Word (1972) was a newly composed Te Deum, later included again in Daily Prayer of the Church (CW9, 1976).
There is, however, evidence that some environmental agents, especially those with endocrine agonist or antagonist activity, may alter developmental programming via alteration in gene expression or gene imprinting that do not result in malformations but in functional deficits that do not become apparent until later in life.
Fifty-seven percent of the sample had had inadequate prenatal care: Forty percent had had none at all, and 17% had initiated care at 21 weeks' gestation or later.
The patient returned 3 months later and reported that her neck pain had disappeared and her ear pain was diminished.
From the camp her father was sent to build the Belomor-Baltic Canal and then to build a new city, Murmansk, up north on the Kolskiy Peninsula, Where his family joined him later to escape the famine.