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1. I have for you cry, from now on you do not deserve my smile.
2. From now on, I will expect nothing, and just take what I get.
3. We're going to have to economize from now on.
4. From now on, you're under my protection.
5. From now on I'll be more careful.
6. From now on you can work on your own.
7. I won't take any more of your sauce from now on.
8. From now on the gates will be locked at midnight.
9. From now on Labour will be on the back foot on the subject of welfare.
10. From now on[sentencedict.com], I will only be working in the mornings.
11. Please try to be more careful from now on .
12. I trust that from now on you will take greater precautions.
13. From now on no one is to mention that slip of paper.
14. She'd better shut her mouth and from now on think twice before saying stupid things.
15. No special license will be regranted to anyone from now on.
16. You're going to have to shift for yourself from now on.
17. From now on all violent incidents should be reported directly to the head.
18. From now on you should report to the chief engineer on all matters.
19. From now on, all our jobs are on the line.
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20. From now on events moved reasonably quickly.
21. From now on,our major projects will be redirected to the housing construction.
22. From now on, homeowners will have to get a city permit if they want to build an addition onto their homes.
23. It's monochrome from now on, friend.
24. All in all, I love summer very much! You should start practicing your English from now on.
25. California's "three strikes and you're out" bill means that from now on criminals found guilty of three crimes are jailed for life.
26. We shall make sure our home is as secure as possible from now on.
27. I've had enough of people taking advantage of me. From now on it's no more Mr Nice Guy.
28. I've done three out of the four parts of the course, so it should be downhill all the way from now on.
29. Perhaps it would be best not to see much of you from now on.
30. I'm not upset that you lied to me, I'm upset that from now on I can't believe you. Friedrich Nietzsche
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