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No longerNo Longer expresses the changed situation of a state or action:
With his leg in a cast, he will no longer be able to walk to the office. With his leg in a cast, he won't be able to walk to the office like he used to in the past.
Now that he is in San Francisco, Horatio can no longer swim daily in the river. Now that he is in San Francisco, Horatio cannot swim daily in the river like he used to when he lived in the Amazon.
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