By the next morning, there had still been no word from the speaker.
Her next novel, The View from Penthouse B, and a collection of essays, I Can't Complain, will be published next spring.
The convoy halted and, for the next 20 minutes, the Marines traded fire with their unseen attackers.
When asked about these allegations, a public relations representative at next responded, “We never comment on ongoing litigation.”
“Maybe your next movie might be Beasts of the Southern Comfort,” Wilson quips.
Strother explained how he was situated, and stated that he hoped to have the money next week.
The next night was given the Mask Ball in honor of the committee.
So that her next attempt to draw him out was edged with temper.
The next production of his muse was the Sea-piece, in two odes.
Betsy, my daughter, as you know, is to be married to him next month.
Old English niehsta, nyhsta (West Saxon), nesta (Anglian) "nearest, closest," superlative of neah (West Saxon), neh (Anglian) "nigh;" from Proto-Germanic *nekh- "near" + superlative suffix *-istaz. Cognate with Old Norse næstr, Dutch naast "next," Old High German nahisto "neighbor," German nächst "next." Adverbial and prepositional use from c.1200. Phrase the next person "a typical person" is from 1857.