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no longer

Not any more, as in They no longer make this model of blender. [c. 1300]
See also: longer, no

no/any ˈlonger

used to say that something which was possible or true before is not now: I can’t wait any longer.He no longer lives here.
See also: any, longer, no

no longer

Not now as formerly: He no longer smokes.
See also: longer, no
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This will turn on factors such as whether the patent rights were generating license revenue or preventing third parties from producing competitive products, thus supporting high prices and profit margins the company can no longer sustain.
Under SB 236, Laws 2003, deductions are no longer allowed for dividends received from RICs and REITs.
Use of the pooling-of-interests method is no longer permitted.
However, the receptor-binding assay continued to detect brevetoxin activity at 24 hr, whereas LC-MS/MS analysis no longer found the PbTx-3 congener at this time period.
In accordance with the terms of the tender offer, tendered Notes may no longer be withdrawn and delivered consents may no longer be revoked, unless Acument is required by law to permit withdrawal or revocation.
With the additional shift, people no longer have to wait for the following day to be assisted or until Monday for the resolution of their traffic-related concerns, Pena said on Tuesday.
With tight ends becoming a bigger part of teams' offenses, that's no longer the case.
In addition, the committee agreed that it was no longer necessary to provide for an exception where the failure to document the understanding was isolated and inadvertent so this "exception" was deleted.
The crucial change after the JGTRRA is that dividend income is no longer investment income for purposes of the investment interest deduction.
The term also includes a position taken on a prior year's return that no longer meets these standards due to legislation, judicial decisions or administrative pronouncements that apply retroactively.
No longer are traditionally successful programs able to stockpile players as they once did.
92-36 and 89-23 and announcement 95-48 was no longer adequate, practitioners should look to 96-64 for guidance.