from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. From that place, time, or thing.
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- adv. From that; from him, her, or it.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. From this or that.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- From that.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. from that circumstance or source
- adv. from that place or from there
The relative poverty which has resulted therefrom is largely to be attributed to errors and deficiencies which we will have to correct in the future.
In the second case, where the material was 80 percent of the total, 40 percent of the total value would have to be imported, the gain therefrom dropping to 60 percent.
Albeit I have as faithful a respect for the customs of the Church as any man, I considered then, and consider now as well, that it was almost beyond the power of any one to observe them according to the fashion of the times and gain therefrom a full edification of the spirit.
Methought that stead was the safest wherein to store the gold and I was loath to trust my wife lest haply she take some coin therefrom and expend it upon her household.
One single letter of Thy Book is the mother of all utterances, and a word therefrom the begetter of all creation.
And I command all my justices and ministers that each one of them in his jurisdiction, in so far as concerns him, shall not consent to the use of the said monopolies or any one of them, on the part either of the said seminary or of any other person with a lease-title therefrom, or in any other manner, who may employ and make use of the said grant; but on the other hand they shall proceed to the punishment of such, who may be in their jurisdiction, as against persons making use of a title and right not pertaining to them.
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A most excellent and wholesome jelly may be prepared therefrom, which is slightly tonic by its salutary bitterness, and is an admirable antiseptic accompaniment to certain roast meats, such as venison and mutton.
And in such case, notwithstanding the fact that he may have reached the quota, such transfer shall be completed, and all the votes to which he is entitled therefrom shall be transferred to him, but no other votes shall be transferred to him.
This longing will at whiles entangle the sons of our chieftains, though this Alderman that now is hath been free therefrom, which is well for him.
Later you shall know still more therefrom, that is yet secret and obscure before you.