American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. In a following part of this document, statement, or book.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Afterward in this (statement, narrative, or document): referring to something afterward to be named or described.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In the following part of this (writing, document, speech, and the like).
- adv. in a subsequent part of this document or statement or matter etc.
“WHEREAS certain hereinafter-described lands in the District of Hanapepe, County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, were reserved for the use of the United States Navy Department as a radio station by Executive Order No. 145, dated April 27, 1923, of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii; and”
“WHEREAS by Executive Order No. 905, dated November 1, 1940, of the Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, certain hereinafter-described land in Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, was reserved for the use of the United States for military purposes; and”
“The Manager hereby hires the Actor to render services, as such in the part of ----, in the play hereinafter mentioned, and the Actor hereby accepts the said engagement; such hiring to be subject to the terms hereinafter set forth.”
“The Manager hereby hires the Actor to render services, as such, in the part of ----, in the play hereinafter mentioned, and the Actor hereby accepts the said engagement; such hiring to be subject to the terms hereinafter set forth.”
“WHEREAS certain hereinafter-described real and personal property of the United States in Guam is required for the respective uses of the Department of the Army, the Department of the Navy, the Department of the Air Force, and the Coast Guard, and it has been mutually agreed that the Department of the Navy shall act on behalf of the Department of the Army, the Department of the Air Force, and the Coast Guard with respect to their requirements as to such property;”
“This is to certify that we do hereby associate ourselves to establish a Corporation under and by virtue of Chapter 151 of the Code of Virginia of 1919 and Acts supplemental thereto and amendatory thereof, for the purposes and under the corporate name hereinafter set out, and to that end we do, by this our Certificate, set forth as follows:”
“In the use of these terms hereinafter, the distinction between a plan viewed as a basis for a directive, and a plan intended to be promulgated as a directive, will be indicated in the context.”
“The several terms hereinafter mentioned, wherever used in these rules or the regulations of the Commission, shall be construed as follows:”
“Commissioner, that it is the desire of Her Majesty to open up to settlement and immigration a tract of country bounded and described as hereinafter mentioned, and to obtain the consent thereto of her”
“Commissioners that it is the desire of Her Majesty to open up for settlement, and such other purposes as to Her Majesty may seem meet, a tract of country, bounded and described as hereinafter mentioned, and to obtain the consent thereto of her Indian subjects inhabiting the said tract, and to make a treaty, and arrange with them, so that there may be peace and good will between them and Her”
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