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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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Clr Molly Walton, Kirklees Council's joint Cabinet member for wellbeing and communities, said: "We all deserve every opportunity to live life to the full, in communities that value our experience and skills in later years.
Later went to Europe and trained in Germany and Holland with several top competitors, most notably, Ellen Bontje, who competed on Dutch Olympic team.
Several years later Adams was introduced to evolutionary biology through Richard Dawkins's books The Selfish Gene and The Blind Watchmaker, to which Adams credits his conversion to atheism.
When Steve called again a few days later to see if I had changed my mind, I said yes.
Washington, Marcus Garvey, and Walter White, as well as key experiences during World War I and during his two stints with the NAACP, first as Director of Publicity and Research (1910-1934) and later as Director of Special Research (1944-1948).
Stacy called me later in the evening and told me that he and the dudes went back to their hotel.
Tad Szulc (pronounced Shultz), the Times correspondent who covered the Bay of Pigs invasion, would later write that Brigade 2506 was the "pathetically brave and pathetically inadequate" force enlisted in "one of the worst conceived, planned, and executed military-intelligence operations in modern history.
Making the day start later in the morning will only teach people to be even lazier.
Later introduction of SEBS grades with improved chemical and uv resistance and better tensile properties opened up opportunities in industrial components and a wide variety of soft-touch consumer applications.
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.
In his medical textbook of 1892, Osier would later write that smallpox can be conveyed by fomites: "the dried scales [of variola scabs] .