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From now or from a particular time

since

adverb, conjunction, preposition

starting at a particular point in the past and continuing until now or until another point in the past

meanwhile

adverb

from now until a time or event in the future

henceforth

adverb

from this time into the future

meantime

adverb

from now until a time or event in the future

thenceforth

adverb

starting from a particular time

ever since

during the whole period of time since something happened

in the meantime

during the time between two events or between the present time and a future event

thenceforward

adverb

starting from a particular period of time

for the meantime

until a later time

from that day/time/moment etc forward

starting at that day/time etc and continuing on into the future

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the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible

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