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no longer

Not any longer; not now as was true before. Oh, the Smiths no longer live there—they moved out last year. It took a long time, but I no longer feel the craving for a cigarette, thank God!
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no longer

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

Not now as formerly: He no longer smokes.
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The 39 Walker/city centre/Lemington Road Ends service will extend into Dumpling Hall and the 80/81 will no longer run to west of the city.
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.
Luther is, in other words, no longer confined to a certain authorized or even monopolized interpretation within the framework of a strictly confessional theology, having Luther "on contract," as it were, and defending him over and against other confessional theologies.
Under SB 236, Laws 2003, deductions are no longer allowed for dividends received from RICs and REITs.
distributor) that is a California taxpayer and both corporations are part of a worldwide unitary business, but then the California taxpayer makes a water's-edge election so that the foreign parent is no longer a member of the water's-edge group.
The Catholic laity, especially in America, is no longer made up of poor uneducated immigrants; very many of them are far more educated and experienced in various fields than the shepherds who are designated to "serve" them.
Use of the pooling-of-interests method is no longer permitted.
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"Taxpayers can no longer afford open-ended Medicaid entitlements," a memo from Wisconsin's Department of Health and Social Services explains.
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.