from The Century Dictionary.
- Going before; foregoing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Goīng before; foregoing.
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preceding, going before.
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Allied to the aforegoing is the doctrine of separation of powers which is traditionally maintained in civilised countries and which has also been maintained in the Interim Constitution.
The aforegoing is a just and true Copy of the original Protest on
But you also have to learn that you don't have all the answers and you may not have the best insight in how to solve an issue as you have not necessarily come across it before ... but don't take the aforegoing to mean that you always have to bring on older people.
The aforegoing does give in my view, a fair explanation of the aims and objectives of the Trust.
One paper on the aforegoing and the next on the linear heteroskedacity.
"Consequently, not only because of the bank's move to inflation targeting, but also because of the exposure of the government's account and the consequent losses, the bank did not intervene in the aforegoing manner in support of the rand in 2001,"
"In the light of the aforegoing and after careful consideration of the evidence placed before us we are of the view that the offences of tted by the applicants were associated with a political objective committed in the course of the conflicts of the past ..."
In the light of the aforegoing we are therefore satisfied that all the requirements of Section 20 (1) of the Act have been complied with.
In the light of the aforegoing and after careful consideration of the evidence placed before us we are of the view that the offences of murder and attempted murder committed by the applicants were associated with a political objective committed in the course of the conflicts of the past.
"In view of the aforegoing, the applicant's application for amnesty succeeds," the committee said.