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Which proper synonym for following can I use in this sentence since I do not want to use it twice in the same sentence:

After the deploying the service provider code on the server, the following URL links in the following classes (PostDat, ClearTabe, AvailableRoutes, and GetLLRD) must be changed.

  • It's not necessarily wrong to use the same word twice in a sentence. Although as Brian Tompsett points out, you may not even need the first "following". – stangdon Dec 31 '15 at 12:34
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In my view you do not need a synonym as the first use of the word is redundant. It should just read:

After the deploying the service provider code on the server, the URL links in the following classes (PostDat, ClearTabe, AvailableRoutes, and GetLLRD) must be changed.

If this is not appropriate we need to see more context, to provided a more extensive re-writing suggestion.

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