And Further On

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  1. Nijar
    The NHLPA Executive Board authorized further negotiations with the NHL over how a team return to play scenario would play out. “The Executive Board of the National Hockey League Players.
  2. Vudogor
    Farther and further are both comparative forms of far. Farthest and furthest are the superlative forms. When you are talking about distance, you can use any of these forms. Birds were able to find food by flying farther and farther.
  3. Kern
    The second bus is labeled "Further" on the front and "Furthur" on the back. It is not called Furthur 2, and is not meant as a replica, although confusion between the two buses is intentional. The bus was created to coincide with the publication of Kesey's memoirs about the trip, entitled The Further Inquiry (ISBN ).
  4. Misida
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  5. Akishakar
    (d) Adjusted EBITDA is defined as net income (loss) before income tax expense, interest expense, depreciation and amortization, as further adjusted to exclude certain non-cash, and other items.
  6. Tausida
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  7. JoJomuro
    Further is a much commoner word, though, and is in addition used in various abstract and metaphorical contexts, for example referring to time, in which farther is unusual, e.g. without further delay; have you anything further to say?; we intend to stay a further two weeks.
  8. Aralmaran
    further on. Contexts.. Adverb. That which follows. At or to the other or far side of something. In a lower place. Adjective. About to be mentioned.
  9. Samuktilar
    into the past or the future further back/on/ahead etc Five years further on, a cure has still not been found. The records don’t go any further back than It might be a sign, much further down the road (=in the future), of a change in policy. 5 in addition [ sentence adverb] formal.