onwards

All Noun Adverb
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  • Games can last anything from a couple of hours onwards and have been known to go on well into the night.
  • From that point onwards, David was probably an important figure at the English court.
  • From that time onwards, the system of joint system of party and state military leadership was established.
  • From that time onwards, the system of joint Party and state military leadership was established.
  • The subject became popular in art from the late Middle Ages onwards.
  • From the middle of the 19th century onwards, heavy industry developed, and the villages grew rapidly.
  • St John's Wood was developed from the early 19th century onwards.
  • This is noted on many later grave stones from the 2nd century onwards.
  • Old Slavonian began to take its stand among the languages compared from the second part onwards.
  • From then onwards, Bachchan became one of the most successful leading men of the film industry.
  • From 1154 onwards she is again associated with her son in many of his official public acts.
  • From then onwards he and Jackson were always in competition for men, resources and glory.
  • From this date onwards numerous churches were built in variations of these designs.
  • From 2003 onwards, the city has been managed by a council-manager government.
  • Some elements of regional development and economic planning began to be established in England from the mid-1960s onwards.
  • The series is also noted for its regular recreational drug use references, from its title onwards.
  • However, from the 14th century onwards, the city council increasingly grew in importance.
  • More significant elements of regional development and economic planning began to be established in England from the mid-1960s onwards.
  • From the quarter-finals onwards, the draw is entirely random, without association protection.
  • They also assisted with production of the third series onwards that aired on the BBC.
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Synonyms of onwards