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  • adj. Cited before, in the preceding part of a text.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Cited before, in the preceding part of a book or writing.

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Examples

  • Saving the best for last, from the above-cited "House GOP faces risky vote on Medicare, Medicaid":

    Dave Johnson: Republican Budget So Loony Even the Republicans Think It's Nuts

  • On the same day that the above-cited UN report was made public an air attack by U. S.-led warplanes killed four Afghans in the northern province of Baghlan.

    West's Afghan War: From Conquest To Bloodbath

  • Speaking of religious ignorance, the book description for the above-cited HarperCollins Study Bible claims that the revised edition of this Bible includes an essay on the "literary history of the Pentateuch (those books between the Old and New Testament that Catholics include in their Bible)."

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • They've been practically pushed into the Pacific to accommodate America's occupation, forced to relinquish their most valued real estate, and put up with over six decades of all the above-cited abuses.

    America's "Bases of Empire"

  • The most serious incident was the above-cited 1995 rape.

    America's "Bases of Empire"

  • Others reject their purpose - aggressive wars, continued violence, and all the other above-cited fallout wherever they're located.

    America's "Bases of Empire"

  • Then on August 2, he jumped on the claim that "Venezuela Still Aids Colombia Rebels, New Material Shows" in saying they indicate "detailed collaborations between the guerrillas and high-ranking (Chavez government) military and intelligence officials as recently as several weeks ago" despite the above-cited proof that earlier "evidence" was fraudulent and baseless.

    Will Venezuelan Destabilization Follow the Honduran Coup?

  • That aside, there's the issue of stock manipulation and insider trading with the above-cited evidence casting suspicion.

    Monetary and Fiscal Failure, Fraud, and Fear of What's Next

  • In each of the above-cited arenas, the perspective of the elite is exactly the opposite of the perspective of the average citizen.

    Wanted: An American People's Party

  • The above-cited article states that: when subjects can respond in a way that will not be seen by the group, conformity also drops.

    There Is Still Hope

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