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- adv. about then
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It was my mum who proposed the relevant motion at conference in 1996 or thenabouts.
Even though it's northern California, it's still going to be better than the Days of Greige due hereabouts thenabouts.
He must have died before Queen Anne was born -- well, not so far back as that maybe, but then or thenabouts.
Then, or thenabouts, a cavalier coming by the mountain road will tie his horse to a tree beyond the bridge that spans the ravine.
What a momentous out-of-wedlock conjugation theirs had been on 15 July 1451 or thenabouts, in the heat of the day or the cool of the evening, in a meadow of wild flowers, a hayloft, or up against the cowshed wall.
So after Monday or thenabouts, I'm back in business, with the tool I need to realize my modest ambition of Understanding Everything, and then Ruling Planet Earth Benevolently.
Earlier this year, somewhen back in february or thenabouts, someone tried to work out the diagrams.