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latterly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlatterlylat‧ter‧ly /ˈlætəli $ -ər-/ adverb British English formal  1 RECENTLYrecently Scientists have studied the Moon through telescopes, and, latterly, from satellites.2 ENDtowards the end of a period of timeformerly O'Rourke retired after a 15-year career with the company, latterly as chief executive.
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