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Use "prospectively" in a sentence
"Bloomberg can put a referendum on the 2009 ballot and then bring together a coalition to figure out a proposal that asks voters whether they now want to go to three terms prospectively, like federal term limits and Truman."
"More than 90 percent were scanned with the most advanced machines and with the latest x-ray trimming technique, called prospectively gated CT."
"There is no doubt that the section is lawful if applied prospectively, that is, to mortgages issued after the law goes into effect."