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Definition of Afterings

Afterings
Afterings Aft"er*ings, n. pl. The last milk drawn in milking; strokings. [Obs.] --Grose.

Meaning of Afterings from wikipedia

- After may refer to: After (Elgar), an 1895 poem by Philip Bourke Marston set to music by Edward Elgar After (Prose novel), a 2003 novel by Francine Prose...
- The After is an American science fiction drama pilot created by Chris Carter for Amazon Studios. Along with Bosch, the premiere episode was one of two...
- This is a list of U.S. cities (or census-designated areas) named for the state in which they are located. Locations which are no longer functioning cities...
- another or that is named after another entity that first had the name. The opposing term, referring to the original entity after which something else was...
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- Cochinos; sometimes called invasión de playa Girón or batalla de Girón, after the Playa Girón) was a failed landing operation on the southwestern coast...
- elapsed, and only then is the winner declared. If the contest remains tied after the extra session, depending on the rules, the match may immediately end...
- Brooks. Rauch modeled the voice of Bernadette after her parents: the "sweet, high-pitched purr" is modeled after her mother, while the "eerie, haranguing imitation"...