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Synonyms for late

recent

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late at night

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  • late at night
  • in the night
  • L8

after hours

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of late

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Synonyms for late

not being on time

so as to fall behind schedule

not long ago

Synonyms for late

being or occurring at an advanced period of time or after a usual or expected time

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after the expected or usual time

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of the immediate past or just previous to the present time

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having died recently

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of a later stage in the development of a language or literature

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at or toward an end or late period or stage of development

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(used especially of persons) of the immediate past

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later than usual or than expected

to an advanced time

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in the recent past

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John Allan, national chairman of the Federation of Small Businesses, said: "The weight of evidence showing the damage poor payment practices are having on the UK economy grows greater each day with the amount owed in late payments now at PS41.
As of May 20, 2015, there will have been 19,932 guest appearances in more than 33 years on Letterman's late night shows:
The other revision is the introduction of the Ford Fusion in the Super Late Model and Late Model divisions.
Eleven (33%) patients had late recognition of SARS.
Instead, as the catalogue progresses, Michelangelo (represented in the exhibition by a series of drawings and small-scale sculptures) almost fades into the background against the rich compilation of remarkable objects drawn from all the arts, or as one of the authors, Suzanne Butters might term it, the ars of late Cinquecento Florence.
In the late 1990s, a sober student of financial markets had to be bracing for a bursting of the U.
Late Trading--Require that all purchase and redemption orders be received no later than 4 p.
Just a few years ago the Board presented Late Late Show host Pat Kenny with a dog that became known as Late Late Show, one of the best known and most popular greyhounds of all time.
Using the date on which AIDS was diagnosed as supplied by state or local reporting systems, they defined participants as early testers (those who had had their first positive HIV test five or more years before the diagnosis of AIDS, or had gone five or more years without a diagnosis of AIDS after their first positive HIV test) or late testers (those who had had their first positive HIV test one year or less before the diagnosis of AIDS).
As we are all aware, if you book a hotel room for late arrival, the hotel insists on having your credit card number and, in fact, charges you if you do not show up.
New legislation is failing to stem the rising tide of late payments experienced by small businesses in the Midlands.
Analyses of the geochemical properties of various bodies in the solar system and computer modeling of the dynamics of ancient planetary interactions have undermined a formerly popular theory, which attributes Earth's water to a bombardment by comets late in the planet's formation.
Any such filings and payments will be considered timely and no late filing or late payment penalties will be imposed.
The number of people categorized under the umbrella of being in late adulthood, or as "senior marketplace," is exploding.
Late August, Early September, which opens in New York in early July, is a story about suffering and death, but one infused with an extraordinary degree of lightness and spontaneity, stemming in part from the film's elliptical construction and loosely sketched characters.