no/not later than


: by (a specified time) : at, in, on, or before (a specified time)
We'll need to know your decision no/not later than next week.

Examples of no/not later than in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The council's action included a condition that ROC Ventures must submit a noise report from an independent consultant to the City of Franklin no later than 90 days after the start of the season. Erik S. Hanley, Journal Sentinel, 9 May 2024 The absentee ballot must have been postmarked by Tuesday and received no later than noon local time on May 17. Abc News, ABC News, 7 May 2024 Doerman’s lawyers are required to give the court an expert’s report in support of their motion no later than June 3, court records show. Jennifer Edwards Baker, The Enquirer, 2 May 2024 Their previous guidance allowed that women should start mammography no later than age 50. Maggie O'Neill, Health, 2 May 2024 The ban will be in place for six months, and bars in Lleras Park will be required to close by no later than 1 a.m. over the month of April, according to a statement from the mayor’s office released Monday. Emi Tuyetnhi Tran, NBC News, 3 Apr. 2024 To be included on the presidential ballot, the party must submit names of their nominees no later than Sept. 3. Molly Beck, Journal Sentinel, 28 Mar. 2024 Your county election office must receive your application for an absentee ballot no later than 12 days before the election. Brittany Carloni, The Indianapolis Star, 15 Apr. 2024 Attorneys for the plaintiffs expect to request a judge to approve the amount no later than April 19, according to NBC News. Abigail Adams, Peoplemag, 9 Apr. 2024

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“No/not later than.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 25 May. 2024.

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