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“Preparation such as the before-mentioned research, lower-level contact to set agenda etc. are normal course for setting up a high-level meeting.”
“Then Shams ad Daulah replied to Kerbogha: “If you can kill all of the Franks and chop their heads off and carefully bring them to me, I shall truly give you the before-mentioned citadel; and, finally, I shall pay homage to you and protect the citadel in fealty.””
“The wall, in the before-mentioned post by the way, was protected fairly well with the paint so it does not look this bad (Thank goodness; said-supportive-spouse might be less supportive had there been a hole in our drywall!)”
“STEVE KARDIAN, DIRECTOR, DEFEND UNIVERSITY: Jane, you know, I really hope that it ` s one of the before-mentioned girls that you said or the fact that this might be a child that was born to Jaycee.”
““Maydán al-Fíl,” prob. for Birkat al-Fíl, the Tank of the Elephant before-mentioned.”
“The author, Donna M. Gershten lived in before-mentioned city for some 15 years.”
“I have not read The Way of Shadows; it is in one of my before-mentioned book stacks.”
“You would probably like it better, however, than Lyons: which you may reach, if you will, in one of the before-mentioned steamboats, in eight hours.”
“This was chiefly owing to the before-mentioned Earl of Arundel, who represented to the Lord Mayor and aldermen, in a second interview with those sagacious persons, that, as for himself, he did not perceive the Reformed religion to be in much danger — which Lord Pembroke backed by flourishing his sword as another kind of persuasion.”
“He dismissed his own brother-in-law from his Council because he was a Protestant, and made a Privy Councillor of the before-mentioned”
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