postponed to

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  • The foundation of the party was postponed to a second meeting the same year. ...
  • What interest of our own which ought not to be postponed to this? ...
  • The play-off and championship matches was also postponed to another time until the final judgment. ...
  • Here closed this preliminary meeting, the great council being postponed to another day. ...
  • The fight was initially moved to the following week's show, but then later postponed to season eight. ...
  • However, the event has been postponed to an unknown date. ...
  • However, he later stated that the release date has been postponed to early 2015. ...
  • I sincerely hope that your departure hence will be postponed to the last possible moment. ...
  • My own plans and desires will be postponed to another world. ...
  • The final vote was postponed to address these last-minute charges.
  • I was therefore of opinion that the division of the band should be postponed to next year, and acted upon that opinion. ...
  • However, poor winds did not allow for naval movements that day and the operations were postponed to the next day. ...
  • The arrival was, in fact, postponed to later in the day. ...
  • His affair was not of the highest importance, and might be readily postponed to a future opportunity. ...
  • He asked that the vote be postponed to give all the bishops a chance to draw up their own lists. ...
  • The two members also held a press conference explaining why their showcase would be postponed to April. ...
  • Everything else should rather be postponed to it. ...
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