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- adj. Mentioned earlier or above; already cited.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Mentioned before; already cited; aforementioned.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Mentioned before: recited or written in a former part of the same discourse or writing.
If any from the team actually visited some of these listed countries, only their brothels were visited, such as forementioned UK, Thailand, Germay, Italy and Australia, which offer mainly average looking girls and under.
The guys as forementioned belkive that if they cannot convert you they need to erradicate you.
I'm not going to condemn anyone involved in the forementioned accidents because I don't have all the information.
All of the sterotypical connections one can make, of deer killing type connoisseurs and aficionado's of the bon vivant may take a dis-like to the above forementioned preference of communication ... via the verb.
With our lives being crippled by taxation and so many freedoms lost by government intervention never forementioned in any manifesto, we should have a proper contract with the government.
When I saw Jurassic Park I was actually perched on forementioned edge.
Women are, on average, shorter than men and should (according to forementioned claims), thus, be obese more frequently. —
Some of the forementioned put on this thing ferinstance:
I'm not claiming that Greenwich Time is independent - but I'm sure as hell not stupid enough to claim another of the other forementioned publications/websites are either.
They're suggested legal action is warranted on grounds of plagiarism and miss-representation of forementioned literary genius.
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