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the time that follows the present time
the things that you will do, or the type of person that you will become, in the future
an old word meaning ‘tomorrow’
the day after today
events that have not yet taken place
the type of situation that you can expect in the future
… a language for human communication which has been invented and has not developed naturally
an object that floats on water to show ships where it is safe and where there is danger
spectacles; boiled sweets, candy; soft aniseed-flavoured jelly sweets coated with blue and pink sugar sprinkles
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