from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. On this; hereupon.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. On this place
- adv. To this place
- adv. On this subject or basis
- adv. hereupon
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. On or upon this; hereupon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- On or upon this.
They have bottomed out and things will not deteriorate further from hereon, that is fine.
All of which has been documented hereon this site in copious amounts.
And thus began another unexpected, wonderful culinary journey, one which will affect me most positively from hereon in.
I had a great time expanding my horizons and reading outside my comfort zone, and I'm looking forward to reading a bit more sci fi from hereon out.
"Some of the issues faced in my time have been challenging, not least the current funding crisis and in their efforts to solve this and indeed whatever faces them from hereon in, I wish Paul, Nic [Coward, chief executive] and the team well."
In such contrast the heath wore the appearance of an instalment of night which had taken up its place before its astronomical hour was come: darkness had to a great extent arrived hereon, while day stood distinct in the sky.
So what are your prediction about consolidation hereon?
Nothing less than automatic promotion is acceptable from hereon in.
The jeja seems to have it all under control and will be the first, self-appointed, world leader from hereon out.
Since the selection of the films are so clearly personal to Bronson in the profoundest sense of relating to his life, faith and art, from hereon it's he who should speak for the selection.