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in years/days to come

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin years/days to comein years/days to comein the future In years to come, some of the practices we take for granted now will seem quite barbaric. come
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in years/days to comeHe is promised a great name in days to come.The combination could make him an even more formidable figure in years to come.The housing needs of the elderly, in particular, must be a prominent policy issue in years to come.To taxonomy, though, their essence lies in years to come.Just think in years to come lots of people could be hunting.There would be plenty of time for them in years to come, she thought wearily.I think that in years to come they are bound to be looked back on as an aberration.Be in no doubt that in years to come, this will become the greatest budget driver's car of them all.
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