for long

for (so) long

For a long time. Your opponent might be leading in the polls now, but not for long—your big speech tonight will change all that. I haven't seen you for so long—how are you?
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for (so) ˈlong

for (such) a long time: Will you be away for long?I’m sorry I haven’t written to you for so long.
See also: long
References in classic literature ?
There is much difficulty in ascertaining how much modification our domestic productions have undergone; but we may safely infer that the amount has been large, and that modifications can be inherited for long periods.
An ever-growing number of people who have gone on to retirement haven't stayed inactive for long.
There are also other ambitious projects for Long Island City on the drawing boards.
Thirty years ago the need for long term care was increasing rapidly.
If it is unsettling to nineties sensibilities to think that a vote for Long is remotely possible, was there any other choice available to a Louisiana vote not part of the conservative, affluent elite?
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It's starting to look like Long's trip might just turn into a free, first-time visit to the city, courtesy of a San Francisco newspaper that shelled out airline tickets for Long and his wife, hotel accommodations through Thursday and a fee that Long would not disclose.
It would have been a disaster for Long Island and their actions speaks to the effectiveness of a Congressional delegation that ignores partisan politics for the good of the region.
The low number is reflective of the lack of education around the need for long term care insurance and the financial risk if you remain exposed," Noble said.
Our customers tell us they crave the taste of lobster, but they don't have $20 to spend - and an hour to waste - in order to get it," said Don Gates, Director of Marketing for Long John Silver's.
NASDAQ/NMS: LICB) ("Long Island Financial"), the holding company for Long Island Commercial Bank, today announced that the acquisition of Long Island Financial by New York Community Bancorp, Inc.
Which might explain why Citizens for Long Term Care (CLTC), an unprecedentedly broad coalition of provider, business, union and consumer organizations, continues to forge ahead with spreading the reform gospel.
The Wertlieb Educational Institute for Long Term Care Management at The George Washington University has a graduate-level certificate in long-term care administration (Table 1 ),a master's degree in health services administration and various continuing education programs.
Competitive quotes for long term care insurance from industry-leading insurers are available by submitting one application.
There is growing recognition, spearheaded by such congresspeople as Nancy Johnson [R-CT] and Earl Pomeroy [D-ND], and by former Senator [David] Durenberger, who heads Citizens for Long Term Care, that our current system is badly flawed.