Meaning of FURTHER in English

FURTHER

I. adverb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a further announcement

A further announcement will be made in the near future.

a further clue (= an additional clue )

They searched the surrounding area for further clues.

a further concession

They refused any further concessions in the argument over agricultural exports.

a Further Education/FE college British English (= where adults can go to study, especially part-time )

a further/additional/added disadvantage

It’s a very small garden and it has the further disadvantage of facing north.

a little more/better/further etc

We’ll have to wait a little longer to see what happens.

advance/further/promote a cause (= help to achieve an aim )

He did much to advance the cause of freedom.

an extra/added/additional/further dimension

Movies soon had the added dimension of sound.

from further afield

students who come from further afield

further accusations

There were further accusations of incompetence.

further action

No further action is necessary.

further aggravated

Their money problems were further aggravated by a rise in interest rates.

further consideration

The meeting was adjourned to allow time for further consideration.

further consultation

It is recommended that further consultation should take place.

further education

further embarrassment (= extra or additional )

His resignation should save the government any further embarrassment.

further examination (= a more detailed or careful examination )

The results of the experiment merit further examination.

further expansion

Investors think the hotel chain is ripe for further expansion.

further explanation (= additional reasons )

He gave no further explanation for leaving, and she did not ask for any.

further improvement (= more improvement )

We feel there is room for further improvement.

further particulars

For further particulars , contact the College secretary.

further proof (= additional proof )

He showed his driving licence as further proof of his identity.

further reading (= other things you can read )

There’s a list of further reading at the end of each chapter.

further your aims (= help them to progress or be successful )

The group is prepared to use violence to further its political aims.

further/higher education (= at a college or university )

I did a carpentry course at the further education college.

further/higher up a scale

Peasants managed their land as skilfully as some people higher up the social scale.

further/lower down a scale

Bonuses are not paid to people lower down the salary scale.

further/more details

Check our website for more details.

how much more/longer/further

How much longer do we have to wait?

How much further is it?

inquire further (= ask more questions )

Toby would have liked to inquire further .

more/further/additional information

For more information, visit our website.

take sth a stage further

We then took the experiment a stage further.

take...further

If you want to take it further , you should consult an attorney.

the further/outer reaches of sth

the further reaches of the jungle

To complicate matters further

To complicate matters further , differences exist as regards legal systems, trade customs, and language.

until further notice (= from now until you are told something else )

On the door was a sign: ‘Library closed until further notice’.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

forward

I think we are looking a bit further forward .

Lampard inched the car further forward .

She was still no further forward .

An Institute working party is currently re-examining the issue with a view to moving the arguments further forward .

I am finding that when I get the ball further forward in my stance it helps.

Complications were growing and she was no further forward with her task.

Sony's is perfectly good, but the voices are further forward and the orchestra has a less sumptuous bloom.

It is important to think of the high wind straps as being completely independent of the straps further forward .

■ VERB

complicate

Re-melting and alloying further complicate the situation.

And the situation was further complicated when Stewart requested that Bell buy out his share in Stax with cash.

The picture is further complicated when judgement is involved using a set of criteria or rating scales.

This is further complicated by the above-mentioned color changes that occur with growth.

The situation is further complicated by recent and impending institutional mergers.

Training is further complicated by the nearly continual turnover in crews.

The question of sexuality further complicates racialized encounters, such as racial harassment and violence.

The action of a traditional epic poem is further complicated in that it deals with the relation of human beings to gods.

develop

The authorities could not allow this to develop further .

This will be developed further in a later section which describes the binomial and Black-Scholes option pricing models.

This further develops and maintains the lining of the womb for a possible pregnancy.

But I really do feel that until my technique develops further I must stay here.

During the year, Mortgage Asset Management Limited has been further developed and now has a portfolio totalling £74 million.

Von Braun was asked to further develop the Redstone to carry out these tests.

This theme will be developed further in the next chapter.

Both of these courses will be developed further in the autumn, as will all the above.

discuss

The matter has been further discussed in the two Special Commissions which have reviewed the operation of the Hague Convention.

The company would not discuss further the portion of its business that would be affected.

This issue will be discussed further in Chapter 5 where the predictions of schema theory in relation to memory for driving are considered.

The concept of adaptation has major implications for educational practice and will be discussed further .

These theorems, due to Gold, will be discussed further in Chapter 8.

The grading of food for quality was discussed in Chapter 10, it will be discussed further in Chapters 10 through 16.

This whole controversial issue is discussed further in Chapter 7.

They will not be discussed further in this book.

enhance

We've further enhanced speed by adding 32K of CompuAdd engineered cache memory.

The Secretary General is requested to make a study on how participation of NGOs can be further enhanced .

If Cadbury buys Orangina, as appears likely, its position will be further enhanced .

The sanctuary was further enhanced by a mysterious and delightful flower-like odor which proceeded from the coffin.

Any biological data that are available must therefore further enhance our understanding.

We will further enhance its role as an instrument for the integration of these States in resolving security problems.

The market is further enhanced by live performers who act out the varied timeless arts.

The pleasure of this story was further enhanced by an incident that took place a few weeks later.

fall

Most thought there would be further falls this week.

Stock and bond markets, already weak, fell further after the pessimistic comments were carried on news wires.

Unless the North intervenes to equalise the situation, the South will fall further behind.

The selection available on lots for immediate delivery will dwindle as the delivery of replacements falls further and further behind.

But inflation should fall further over the medium-term.

There may be speculation that wholesale prices will fall further , he said.

Bann fell further behind after 28 minutes when Morris connected to a Stephen Smyrl cross and squeezed the ball home.

It fell further to about $ 45. 50 a share in after-hours trading.

go

He had gone further and had suggested that he had actually caught the disease from her.

He went further before he was done.

Yet the new antisemitism went further .

Hawaii and Rhode Island go further , mandating that agency fees be charged to teachers.

Why didn't they last when Edward tried to go further , she wondered?

You want me to go further on the record with that?

But we must go further and when men speak of dark skies, we must think of our own bright interior skies.

You could go further , and say that New York is a jungle.

reduce

At present there are no plans to reduce further the grants budget in the future.

The introduction of numerator dynamics would further reduce the value of n needed to produce dynamical behavior.

In addition eight nuclear power stations are planned to reduce further the need for oil fired stations.

Anderson said Apple has plans to further reduce its expenses but he declined to provide details.

Big business has further reduced its contributions by ingenious tax avoidance strategies.

If stocks need to be further reduced because of storage limitations, continue cooking at a gentle simmer.

Waxing the skis helps them to slide better and some slopes have a lubrication system which further reduces friction.

You can further reduce the boxy look of the tank by disguising the inside back corners with decor material.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

far/further/farthest afield

As his main hobby is sailing. and his friends have visited places as far afield as Cherbourg.

But they have travelled as far afield as Belfast and Aberdeen.

His success extends even further afield to victories at the Barbican in London.

Some students venture further afield and choose courses in the Faculties of Arts or Social Sciences.

The Takaroa operates from Cairns, and allows the visiting diver to venture further afield .

To explore further afield , bicycle hire is available.

You would probably peep out first, start looking round close to the spaceship and then start going further afield .

look no further

For a typical candidate, one need look no further than Keith Hill, bidding to take Streatham from the Tories.

For evidence, look no further than the campaign trail.

If the sheer quantity of information about 1992 is clouding your vision, look no further for the silver lining.

In fact, I needed to look no further than the ground below me.

Often they decide they like the idea of running one particular business and they look no further.

Or need I look no further than the old man's unspoken mistrust of my intentions?

You need look no further than last weekend for examples, when Kentucky and Kansas both lost their final games.

You need look no further than Plautus himself.

no further forward

The talks are no further forward than they were two weeks ago.

Complications were growing and she was no further forward with her task.

She was still no further forward .

We're no further forward with either.

nothing could be further from the truth

still more/further/another/other

And I sowed seeds and grew plants and trees so that that place would be still more beautiful.

But the consumer could benefit still further.

Clio engineers sought to improve still further on these virtues.

His adversaries include still more cossacks, a border guard or two, a rabbi, and a pugilist.

I had eaten four or five slices of bread without satisfying my hunger, so I reached for still another slice.

Rape is a staple in pagan myth, and killing still more commonplace.

The incentive to borrow was raised still further by a reduction in the costs of bankruptcy and an increase in market liquidity.

With the passage of the Poor Law Amendment Act in 1834 the condition of labourers deteriorated still further.

until further notice

A curfew was imposed until further notice in both Nouadhibou and Nouakchott.

All its teams have been banned from international competitions until further notice .

Althorp is closed to the public until further notice .

An army spokesman said the curfew would continue until further notice , but army radio said it would be lifted on Sunday.

Despite the plans to introduce a multiparty system, government sources confirmed that new parties would remain banned until further notice .

Fast lanes closed on each carriageway until further notice with two lanes open for traffic.

His coach told him a few days ago that he would come off the bench until further notice .

Just keep sending the reports, he says, until further notice .

without more/further ado

And without more ado he booked his one-way ticket.

Left leaderless, the city surrendered to Bustamante without further ado .

Stan then moved closer to Melanie, and a major fight erupted without further ado .

The emptying of the house could therefore no longer be postponed and Charlotte had decided to put matters in hand without further ado .

The selection board interviewed him and rejected his application without further ado .

Then, without more ado , he loaded the horses into the trailer.

Then, without more ado , he turned on his heel and left, slamming the door behind him.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

It is possible to make good movies cheaply. Further , "low-budget" doesn't have to mean "bad."

Moving to a new location further hurt Tanya's business.

The cheese's flavor and texture may be further improved during the aging period.

They've never been further south than San Diego.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

At Buitoni we go even further and blend a full five eggs - quality controlled and fully pasteurised - into each kilo.

He declined to discuss the robbery further .

How much further would Fen decide to travel?

It further investigates the impact of these changes on management culture and employee relations in a number of privatized companies.

Mortality appears to be higher, though officials are reluctant to put a number to it until they investigate further .

The Soviet Union tested its own hydrogen bomb within a year, and the nuclear arms race escalated further .

II. adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

action

The allegations were serious, and it had not been supposed that the children would be allowed home with no further action .

No further action is planned by them at the moment.

I agree that further action needs to be taken.

On Dec. 10 the Serious Fraud Office confirmed that it would not be taking further action .

An action committee over 20 strong was elected at the meeting to decide further action.

It has not responded and further action may be required.

Nevertheless they constitute the basis and conditions for further actions and history.

The question then is to decide on the basis of observation whether further action is appropriate.

ado

He entered her without further ado .

Left leaderless, the city surrendered to Bustamante without further ado .

The emptying of the house could therefore no longer be postponed and Charlotte had decided to put matters in hand without further ado .

Stan then moved closer to Melanie, and a major fight erupted without further ado .

The selection board interviewed him and rejected his application without further ado .

Without further ado Corbett, Selkirk and their small party returned to their own vessel.

Without further ado , I set to work.

He would bar them without further ado .

argument

There can be no further arguments about gaps or overlaps.

Your contribution may well resolve some of this difference or create more conflicting points for further argument .

One further argument is used by defenders of the statusquo.

The taxpayers indicated that they wished to present further argument on these points.

Before parting with the case, we should refer to a further argument mounted by Mr. Thornton.

After further argument and discussion, an Act was passed to amend the 1959 Mental Health Act.

She could find no further arguments or resistance.

For journalists, two further arguments are important.

comment

It is important enough to justify further comment .

Anyway, I felt something welling up inside, the need to make a further comment .

Feelings are said to be part of the armamentarium of autonomous man, and some further comment is in order.

Thursday said it had received a request for information, but declined further comment .

Last week, the big three held a press conference, vowing eternal friendship and no further comment .

Both he and Rouse executives declined further comment .

Maybelline spokesman Gene Donati said the company is reviewing the letter and has no further comment .

The companies said they will make no further comment until talks are concluded.

consideration

The patient was treated medically and released without further consideration of potential zoonotic disease.

A further consideration , however, is that the safety of each person affects other persons as well.

A further consideration which has bearing on field relationships is the extent of participation on the part of the researcher.

Two forms of giving for the health and safety of other persons deserve further consideration .

Nevertheless, the story merits further consideration , as other evidence can be connected with it.

Dan leads them through a brainstorming session during which they list these on the board for further consideration .

Pavlov backed down and the Supreme Soviet voted to refer the proposal for wider Cabinet powers to Gorbachev for further consideration .

The matter was therefore referred back to the Standing Committee for further consideration .

delay

They were allowed to board without further delay .

At the hearing, university officials agreed to register him without further delay .

There can be no possible excuse for any further delay .

However, Rodman said the state only agreed to the clean-up plan to avoid further delays .

But further delay could be dangerous.

A deputation of Confederates had come to demand that he and his men evacuate the fort without further delay .

A further delay before I am on my feet and, in fact, it is now tomorrow.

The doctor awoke an hour before he arrived and, calling for hot water, delivered the child without further delay .

detail

For further details write to:,.

Write or telephone for further details .

For further details about transitional relief ask your charging authority - the address and telephone number are included with this bill.

For further details telephone Computer Traffic on.

Alternative midland accounts and services are available to students taking these courses - please ask at your local branch for further details .

For further details contact her at.

development

No doubt there will be many further developments , but already there is a great range of material available for history teaching.

For further developments , http: / / politicsUSA is where to look.

It will address their further development , and if appropriate, adopt new measures to meet new challenges. 3.

Beyond this point there will be no further development .

With the first major implementation target met, Pearl is turning its attentions to further developments .

Their work is not accounted for, and so their further development potential is grossly neglected.

It should identify any matters requiring further development .

discussion

Instead, those against whaling a likely to push for further discussion of the proposal.

The Council may decide upon modalities for the further discussion and possible work on the model.

The reader is referred to Appendix 1 to this chapter for further discussion of this emphasis on liquidity.

It was hoped that further discussion in a reflective setting would add greater clarity to the issues.

The events or worries that are repeated show areas that need more exploration and further discussion .

The following principles are not elaborated in detail, they require considerable further discussion and study.

Her voice repudiated any further discussion .

Once consent is given it is possible to plan further discussions and interviews, or a family meeting.

education

Members include nine county and Metropolitan district libraries, two universities and three polytechnics as well as 18 colleges of higher and further education .

For further education , the parents would have to pay an estimated $ 6, 000 or more in annual tuition.

What needs and demands for further education need to be resourced?

They can be studied at universities or, most often these days, at colleges of further education .

It is important that that service is not barred from applying direct to the further education funding council.

Of the forty who had participated in further education , 27 said it was beneficial for what they were now doing.

At present, the further education authorities take as much advantage as possible of the economies of scale through the regional councils.

Only 10 percent of Southern blacks have completed a college education , and further education courses are scarce.

evidence

I therefore proceed to examine the further evidence that has been tendered on that basis.

He has reached the point where he will not tolerate any further evidence of divided loyalties.

Greenfield takes this to be further evidence of the greater degree of abstraction being learnt in schools.

A Braintree man was cleared of an affray charge yesterday when the prosecution offered no further evidence against him.

After hearing further evidence , they will rule on punitive damages.

Surveys of ownership of property provide further evidence of this.

Because of the underlying sense of grievance numerous situations could have been interpreted as yet further evidence of white imperialism.

examination

We may pursue this through a further examination of primary problem.

We may construct a picture to be corrected or filled in by further examination or the discovery of new evidence.

Patients were excluded from further examination after their dyspepsia clinic visit if they had severe concurrent cardiovascular or respiratory disease.

The environmental impact of humans' future energy demand needs further examination .

With a certain reluctance she agreed to have a further examination , and tests were taken from the cervix and urethra.

Likewise the instrumentalist approach to communication, as it is still prevalent among most churches, needs further examination .

The crevice, upon further examination , was found to be stuffed full of yellowing incisors and weathered molars.

This is a remarkably small number of cases and needs further examination .

investigation

Differences here clearly warrant further investigation , and when revealed to the participating teams provoked considerable discussion.

Daniel must delay further investigation of these people and now go to spend Christmas with his uncle.

The production of a visceral-specific anti-peptide antibody should permit a further investigation of its expression in smooth muscle cells.

At the time this book was going to press, I had not yet been able to undertake further investigations .

The men, all under 25, were questioned yesterday at Middlesbrough police station before being released on bail pending further investigations .

Presence of an osmolal gap should prompt further investigation as to its cause.

Neither ailment had been positively identified when she arrived at the Royal and it was decided to transfer her for further investigation .

Some of the interviews he gave were probing and worth further investigation .

proof

Building societies make up 18 out of the top 20 performers, which is further proof of the benefits of mutuality.

As they talked a further proof seemed given them that Apollo could speak falsely.

All further proof that Elvis' current Grizzly Adams guise may yet turn out to be one of his most interesting phases.

And if those whose symbols were thus explained hotly denied the interpretations, that would simply be further proof .

The extremely rare use of the bare infinitive with the passive of perceptual verbs adds further proof that this is the case.

And, if anyone needed further proof of guilt after that, Alex Household had run away from the scene of the crime.

question

Two further questions require consideration, if not resolution.

Kip, who neither laughed nor asked the man any further questions , in fact knew that forest.

If this was verified, further questions were posed about how the information appeared, and if it was acceptable.

That short answer gives rise to two further questions .

In some cases, the interviewee was able to help out and almost suggest further questions .

As such, their histories deserve special consideration and raise further questions .

reduction

It is to be hoped that Essex and Kent will soon assist in further reduction !.

Congress could extend its temporary funding -- with or without further reductions -- for another month or even a year.

The profits squeeze has reduced bonuses while a further reduction in overtime means operatives' earnings have suffered.

The projected further reductions in staff numbers of some 1000 by March 1997.

Any possibility of further reductions in respite care should be strenuously resisted.

The addition of cisapride ed to a further reduction of postprandial reflux after lunch.

And now the Thatcher government threatens further reductions .

Those who do not wish the Territorial Army well will point to reduced recruiting figures and make claims for further reductions .

research

Illmensee and Hoppe concluded their astonishing report in Cell with recommendations for further research .

The issues for further research on this new technology in developing countries are also pointed out.

This approximate definition, not unlike others in hotly contested areas of inquiry, is also a guide to further research .

It has also suggested many lines of further research .

This issue is suggested as an area for further research .

The further research here will continue to study highly skilled people but will give special attention to the problems of acquisition.

At postgraduate level the Bucher and Fraser Scholarships provide opportunities for further research or for advanced studies in composition or performance.

Its removal is not being contemplated, pending further research .

stage

There is, however, a further stage forward.

In order to test these theories two further stages are required.

A further stage in the scheme is much more interesting: this is the stage of the communal gens.

A further stage of more radical agitation, including the objective of a united Ireland, would follow.

This revision was a further stage in the territorial reordering which Edward undertook between 1473 and 1475.

The second was added to the first, over the cheek and lower jaw, to give a further stage of disintegration.

What power does the voter have over a local contractor who is one further stage removed from public control and accountability?

This would involve a further stage of development.

step

If further steps are to be performed a time delay is needed before the next excitation change.

The best business development groups take further steps to capture and reuse lessons learned from experience.

We entrust the Ministerial Council with the further steps which may be required to implement them.

He made a further step forward and fell into my arms.

The Treaty of Rome and the subsequent decisions of the member Governments provide for a series of further steps .

I believe that further steps are being taken.

Now the exercise has moved a further step forward, with yarn ranges presented to knitwear manufacturers and retailers.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

far/further/farthest afield

As his main hobby is sailing. and his friends have visited places as far afield as Cherbourg.

But they have travelled as far afield as Belfast and Aberdeen.

His success extends even further afield to victories at the Barbican in London.

Some students venture further afield and choose courses in the Faculties of Arts or Social Sciences.

The Takaroa operates from Cairns, and allows the visiting diver to venture further afield .

To explore further afield , bicycle hire is available.

You would probably peep out first, start looking round close to the spaceship and then start going further afield .

look no further

For a typical candidate, one need look no further than Keith Hill, bidding to take Streatham from the Tories.

For evidence, look no further than the campaign trail.

If the sheer quantity of information about 1992 is clouding your vision, look no further for the silver lining.

In fact, I needed to look no further than the ground below me.

Often they decide they like the idea of running one particular business and they look no further.

Or need I look no further than the old man's unspoken mistrust of my intentions?

You need look no further than last weekend for examples, when Kentucky and Kansas both lost their final games.

You need look no further than Plautus himself.

nothing could be further from the truth

still more/further/another/other

And I sowed seeds and grew plants and trees so that that place would be still more beautiful.

But the consumer could benefit still further.

Clio engineers sought to improve still further on these virtues.

His adversaries include still more cossacks, a border guard or two, a rabbi, and a pugilist.

I had eaten four or five slices of bread without satisfying my hunger, so I reached for still another slice.

Rape is a staple in pagan myth, and killing still more commonplace.

The incentive to borrow was raised still further by a reduction in the costs of bankruptcy and an increase in market liquidity.

With the passage of the Poor Law Amendment Act in 1834 the condition of labourers deteriorated still further.

until further notice

A curfew was imposed until further notice in both Nouadhibou and Nouakchott.

All its teams have been banned from international competitions until further notice .

Althorp is closed to the public until further notice .

An army spokesman said the curfew would continue until further notice , but army radio said it would be lifted on Sunday.

Despite the plans to introduce a multiparty system, government sources confirmed that new parties would remain banned until further notice .

Fast lanes closed on each carriageway until further notice with two lanes open for traffic.

His coach told him a few days ago that he would come off the bench until further notice .

Just keep sending the reports, he says, until further notice .

without more/further ado

And without more ado he booked his one-way ticket.

Left leaderless, the city surrendered to Bustamante without further ado .

Stan then moved closer to Melanie, and a major fight erupted without further ado .

The emptying of the house could therefore no longer be postponed and Charlotte had decided to put matters in hand without further ado .

The selection board interviewed him and rejected his application without further ado .

Then, without more ado , he loaded the horses into the trailer.

Then, without more ado , he turned on his heel and left, slamming the door behind him.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

For further information, contact the help line.

For further information, travelers may contact the consulate.

Strike action will continue for a further 24 hours.

The doctors are keeping her in hospital to do further tests.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A further set of issues contributing significantly to globalization concerns the environment.

An extra half-mile in the Tom Masson Hurdle will see further improvement, and he will be hard to beat.

Any possibility of further reductions in respite care should be strenuously resisted.

He wanted to roll on to his back and float, no further effort.

However, I would certainly not want to give a commitment about a further debate.

It has one further surprise for us!

III. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

career

It accused Roy of using his very public fight to beat lung cancer as a way of furthering his career .

A professional Plan B is a systematic thought-out plan of action for furthering your career that includes the following steps.

In recent weeks Janet has become aware that her colleague Alan has been using her to further his career .

We market them, we introduce them and we further their careers .

cause

It has also created difficulties in furthering their cause effectively-be it in the courts or through bureaucratic channels.

Nonprofit organizations and government agencies must effectively implement programs that further their causes or policies within budgetary constraints and shifting public priorities.

He assured anybody who asked that his group was also against violence in furthering its cause .

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

far/further/farthest afield

As his main hobby is sailing. and his friends have visited places as far afield as Cherbourg.

But they have travelled as far afield as Belfast and Aberdeen.

His success extends even further afield to victories at the Barbican in London.

Some students venture further afield and choose courses in the Faculties of Arts or Social Sciences.

The Takaroa operates from Cairns, and allows the visiting diver to venture further afield .

To explore further afield , bicycle hire is available.

You would probably peep out first, start looking round close to the spaceship and then start going further afield .

no further forward

The talks are no further forward than they were two weeks ago.

Complications were growing and she was no further forward with her task.

She was still no further forward .

We're no further forward with either.

nothing could be further from the truth

still more/further/another/other

And I sowed seeds and grew plants and trees so that that place would be still more beautiful.

But the consumer could benefit still further.

Clio engineers sought to improve still further on these virtues.

His adversaries include still more cossacks, a border guard or two, a rabbi, and a pugilist.

I had eaten four or five slices of bread without satisfying my hunger, so I reached for still another slice.

Rape is a staple in pagan myth, and killing still more commonplace.

The incentive to borrow was raised still further by a reduction in the costs of bankruptcy and an increase in market liquidity.

With the passage of the Poor Law Amendment Act in 1834 the condition of labourers deteriorated still further.

until further notice

A curfew was imposed until further notice in both Nouadhibou and Nouakchott.

All its teams have been banned from international competitions until further notice .

Althorp is closed to the public until further notice .

An army spokesman said the curfew would continue until further notice , but army radio said it would be lifted on Sunday.

Despite the plans to introduce a multiparty system, government sources confirmed that new parties would remain banned until further notice .

Fast lanes closed on each carriageway until further notice with two lanes open for traffic.

His coach told him a few days ago that he would come off the bench until further notice .

Just keep sending the reports, he says, until further notice .

without more/further ado

And without more ado he booked his one-way ticket.

Left leaderless, the city surrendered to Bustamante without further ado .

Stan then moved closer to Melanie, and a major fight erupted without further ado .

The emptying of the house could therefore no longer be postponed and Charlotte had decided to put matters in hand without further ado .

The selection board interviewed him and rejected his application without further ado .

Then, without more ado , he loaded the horses into the trailer.

Then, without more ado , he turned on his heel and left, slamming the door behind him.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Rodney had no opportunities to further his education.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

He assured anybody who asked that his group was also against violence in furthering its cause.

Its goal was to further school-to-work efforts in the United States through a peer-to-peer recruitment of corporate leaders.

The intention behind the book is furthering the necessarily slow process of changing values.

What is the continuing education budget post-entry and the employer's commitment to assist you in furthering your own professional commitment?

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