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1‘this question will be dealt with in a later chapter’
subsequent, following, succeeding, future, upcoming, to come, ensuing, next
1‘later, the film rights were sold’
subsequently, eventually, then, next, later on, after that, after this, afterwards, following that, following this, at a later time, at a later date, at a future date, at a future time, at some point in the future, in the future, in time to come, in due course
2‘two days later a letter arrived’
afterwards, later on, after, after that, subsequently, following
by and by, in a while, in time, after a bit
formal thereafter, thereupon
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