Later-that in a sentence

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How to use later-that in a sentence. Later-that pronunciation.

I'll come on a little later-that's all.
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I thinking of much later-that unsuccessful visit of Aunt Juley's, when she didn't realise that Tibby had grown up.
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A day or two later-that is to say, on November the 5th-I was sitting in my shop with a magnifying glass in my eye, cleaning out a customer's watch, when in walked half a dozen boys carrying a man's body between 'em.
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I was thinking of much later-that unsuccessful visit of Aunt Juley's, when she didn't realize that Tibby had grown up.
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Examples of Later-that

Example #1
So we'll shake the dust of Forlorn River.
Example #2
It was the last straw.
Example #3
It was coffee then, for he threw it down on purpose.
Example #4
There was some rhyme, 'Tea, coffee-coffee tea,' that she said to him every morning at breakfast.
Example #5
You could tell that life was extinct by the way his head hung back and his legs trailed limp on the floor as they brought him in, and his face looked to me terribly swollen and discoloured.
Example #6
After that you'd have thought a man might count on some popularity.