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  • adjective Previously mentioned.


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before +‎ mentioned


  • Isaaco forward to Sego with all the articles beforementioned, except those marked thus [Symbol: +], which I desired him to say to Modibinne would be given as soon as I heard accounts that Mansong would befriend us.

    The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, in the Year 1805

  • I had copies of all these precious documents on one side and the other carefully made, by my beforementioned relative, godson, and secretary, Mr. Redmond Quin at present the WORTHY agent of the

    The Memoires of Barry Lyndon

  • One of the beforementioned Dervishes told me that there had been a great deal of talking about this Aly Bey, at Damascus and Hama; they suspected him of being a Christian, but his great liberality and the pressing letters which he brought to all the people of consequence, stopped all further enquiry.

    Travels in Nubia

  • He said that since our arrival in the country, no less than seventeen of our people had either been killed or wounded by the natives; that he looked upon the tribe known by the name of Bideegal, living on the beforementioned peninsula, and chiefly on the north arm of Botany

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • The orders under which I was commanded to act differing in no respect from the last, I resolved to try once more to surprise the village beforementioned.

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • Thirteen large huts, similar to those beforementioned, contain all the people here.

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • Two other birds besides the pigeon and cockatoo beforementioned may be noticed: we suppose them to be both birds of night, being only heard at that time; neither of them was seen: one was remarkable for exactly imitating the calls of the natives, the other the short sharp bark of the native dog, insomuch that our dogs were constantly deceived by the noise.

    Journals of Two Expeditions into the Interior of New South Wales

  • Undaunted, he replied that her father was his enemy, from whom he had received the wound in his forehead beforementioned; and that when he was down in battle, and under the lance of his antagonist, this woman had contributed to assail him.

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • When we got off the stones, we came upon the coarse river sand beforementioned.

    The Settlement at Port Jackson

  • Such as the beforementioned corrosive atmospheres.

    the ship who sang


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