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from this/that time forth

Starting at a particular time and continuing into the future. And from this time forth, you'll be husband and wife!
See also: forth, that, this, time
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from that day/time ˈforth

(literary) beginning on that day; from that time: He never saw his mother again from that day forth.
See also: forth, that, time
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From this time forth no one invited the cat to be godmother, but when the winter had come and there was no longer anything to be found outside, the mouse thought of their provision, and said: 'Come, cat, we will go to our pot of fat which we have stored up for ourselves--we shall enjoy that.' 'Yes,' answered the cat, 'you will enjoy it as much as you would enjoy sticking that dainty tongue of yours out of the window.' They set out on their way, but when they arrived, the pot of fat certainly was still in its place, but it was empty.
However, Dorothy now realized that things were going to be different with her uncle and aunt from this time forth, so after giving the matter deep thought she decided to ask Ozma to grant her a very great favor.
One last thing I will tell you; one warning I will give you; all is discovered, and you are being hunted for your crimes; if you are still at large it is thanks to me; but I have done all that I mean to do; and from this time forth I would not raise one finger - not one finger - to save you from the gallows!
"From this time forth I am your o-be-di-ent ser-vant.
"From this time forth, QDB will provide Qatari entrepreneurs in the construction industry with adequate space to help them expand their reach and network with greater companies, as well as showcase their product offerings, which will give them an opportunity to nurture and enhance business relationships that will benefit them as entrepreneurs and their SMEs, thereby achieving our strategic objectives for a sustainable and diversified economy," al-Khulaifi said.
His question to himself from this time forth was "how do you reduce form?" and "how do you find essence?"
The minister stressed that "the Health ministry will not accept from this time forth any humiliation against citizens," calling upon the citizens to file complaints to the ministry or to call the ministry's hotline 1214 to report any violations.
[I will] hope in the Lord from this time forth and for ever more.
Count me your friend from this time forth, for I am not a man to forget a favor.' (I had) but one regret-namely, that they had not hanged my benefactor on the spot so that I could work him up, too."