Examples of later in a Sentence
I'll talk to you again later.
They later regretted the decision.
She returned several weeks later.
I saw him again later that morning.
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Her piece of advice to younger girls who would like to start a project that benefits the community is to begin thinking about ideas sooner rather than later.
So that spring, all 12 million Coleman fish were sucked into dozens of tanker trucks, driven to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and dumped into floating pens near Rio Vista to acclimate them for later release.
The son of German immigrants, Carl Marr was born in Milwaukee; the noble von was bestowed upon him later in life.
In 1967, the Israelis established a pumping station at Kfar Etzion in the Bethlehem governorate, which later became the site of a settlement.
Not terminating sooner rather than later is a bigger mistake.
So Kidd-Gilchrist approached Calipari and asked to be taken out of the starting lineup in favor of Darius Miller, a senior forward who Kentucky needed to play his best to make a deep run later in the NCAA Tournament.
Take a look at the following table, which highlights the importance of saving for the future sooner rather than later: NOTE: Assumes an 8% average annual return.
Rajoy headed to a 9:30 a.m. cabinet meeting in Madrid and planned to sit down with his People’s Party leadership later in the day, with the resurgent Catalan independence campaign at the top of the agenda.
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