• Iran's theocratic regime and the high value placed on life in the hereafter makes this an exceedingly dangerous assumption.

    WSJ: John Bolton: Get Ready for a Nuclear Iran

  • You know, there may be some tactical linkages that form hereafter, but I think we shouldn't exaggerate that potential.

    NPR: After 15 Years of Chaos, Somalians Look for Order

  • Hereafter there will be no more work with us on Saturdays and Sundays.

    FORBES: Vacation Is Good for Business

  • Yet most bankers seem to dread damnation in the hereafter as little as censure in the here and now.

    ECONOMIST: Botticelli and his bankers

  • Give us good in this world and good in the Hereafter and save us from the torment of the Fire!

    BBC: Bin Laden tape: Text

  • "We anticipate plenty of groceries on the shelf for Y2K and hereafter, " said Brian Sansoni of the Grocery Manufacturers of America.

    CNN: Food Central - Y2K supplies: A preparedness checklist - December 9 , 1999

  • An obsessive concern with the hereafter sapped their will to take practical steps that could have made their lives more bearable.

    ECONOMIST: No time for tradition

  • "He feels very conscious of the way in which he will be perceived by right-minded members of the public hereafter, " he said.

    BBC: Indecent images caretaker lived in Eaton Primary School

  • Tools and automation for sales, service, and support would hereafter be combined.

    FORBES: What is CRM? Even more intriguing as an adult than it was as an infant

  • In practice, however, it is very likely that this country will find itself hereafter retaining no more nuclear weapons than the level announced by President Bush.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Time of Testing

  • "The company will not hereafter institute any legal proceedings against run-away workers except in cases of criminal offences, if any, committed by them, " the statement said.

    BBC: The campaign poster of Avaaz.org

  • That is a sin for which he likely will be punished for the rest of his life (and, if one believes in a hereafter, beyond as well).

    FORBES: The John Edwards trial: The prosecutors' ball of steel wool predictably sinks

  • Finally, Prim specifically and voluntarily waived any right to claim that he is unable to pay, now or at any time hereafter, the monetary sanctions imposed in this matter.

    FORBES: After Borrowing From Customer, Stockbroker Ordered To Pay Restitution

  • Hereafter, all motive of detraction of him would cease to exist, and Abraham Lincoln would take his place with Washington, Jefferson, and Adams, among the benefactors of his country and the human race.

    NEWYORKER: Union Man

  • Gov. Palin is a tough, aggressive politician who showed the country Thursday night that she was not going to hereafter be defined as the weak and vulnerable person we saw in interview clips all week.

    CNN: Commentary: The pit bull is back

  • It started with a joint blog post from liberals Chris Bertram, Corey Robin and Alex Gourevitch (hereafter BRG), with replies by Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok, and a counter-reply from John Holbo.

    FORBES: Freedom and the Workplace

  • Any reference in this memorandum to provisions of any Act related to the subject of this memorandum shall be deemed to include references to any hereafter-enacted provisions of law that is the same or substantially the same as such provisions.

    WHITEHOUSE: The White House

  • Hereafter, Sony will position it as the next generation back-illuminated CMOS image sensors, and unwaveringly strive to further develop this image sensor and expand its product lineup, thereby contributing to the further development of user-friendly cameras and to shooting enjoyment.

    ENGADGET: Sony's new cameraphone CMOS jams bigger gear into the same space (video)

  • With Mr. Obama's unbelievably-ballyhooed address in Cairo last Thursday to what he calls "the Muslim world" (hereafter known as "The Speech"), there is mounting evidence that the President not only identifies with Muslims, but may actually still be one himself.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: America's First Muslim President

  • Fight them everywhere, as you are fighting them today, and do not give them a chance to catch their breath until they announce and carry out their withdrawal from the homes of Muslims - they are failures who are damned in this life and the hereafter.

    BBC: Saddam urges 'jihad': Text

  • May Allah the Omnipotent show us the right path to lead our lives in this world and the world hereafter and bestow his mercies and blessings on all the prophets of all holy books -- Prophet Moses, Prophet Jesus, Prophet Abrahim, Prophet David, Prophet Jacob and all.

    CNN: The Hajj: Your e-mails

  • And, far from being able to render definitive judgments on law of the sea matters like those raised by the Exxon Valdez case, our justices may hereafter be reduced to serving as little more than bailiffs for their international betters, enforcing edicts handed down from Hamburg or The Hague.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: LOST justice?

  • The Purple Heart is bestowed upon a service member or U.S. civilian serving under the military's authority who "has been wounded, killed, or who has died or may hereafter die of wounds received" while in action against an enemy or in a terrorist attack, according to the Pentagon's Manual of Military Awards.

    CNN: Purple Hearts proposed for Fort Hood victims

  • Well, let me be the first to suggest that a recent scandal in the Pentagon be known hereafter as "Front-gate" in recognition of the central role played in the drama by the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), an organization designated by the Justice Department as a front for the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan).

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Front-gate

  • By submitting your comment, you hereby give CNN the right, but not the obligation, to post, air, edit, exhibit, telecast, cablecast, webcast, re-use, publish, reproduce, use, license, print, distribute or otherwise use your comment(s) and accompanying personal identifying and other information you provide via all forms of media now known or hereafter devised, worldwide, in perpetuity.

    CNN: How can I counteract the food cravings I get on HRT?

  • Since no one in their right mind expects either this president or any other let alone any foreseeable U.S. Congress, to provide these vast amounts in notoriously ill-spent foreign aid, the U.N. types have come up with an alternative means of making Americans pay their huge "debt" to the undeveloped world: international taxation (hereafter known as "globotaxes").

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: House votes to oppose ��globotaxes��!

  • I, Sam Pulsifer, am the man who accidentally burned down the Emily Dickinson House in Amherst, Massachusetts, and who in the process killed two people, for which I spent ten years in prison and, as letters from scholars of American literature tell me, for which I will continue to pay a high price long into the not-so-sweet hereafter.

    NPR: Chapter 1

  • Since no one in their right mind expects either this president or any other -- let alone any foreseeable U.S. Congress, to provide these vast amounts in notoriously ill-spent foreign aid, the U.N. types have come up with an alternative means of making Americans pay their huge "debt" to the undeveloped world: international taxation (hereafter known as "globotaxes").

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: House votes to oppose 'globotaxes'!

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