from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. In a later part, as of a speech or book.
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- adv. in the following part (of this document or speech)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Afterward in the same document; later on in the same instrument.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in the following part of a given matter, as in a document or speech
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For instance: Tamora Pierce, author of The Song of the Lioness quartet, grew up resenting the lack of female warrior heroes in fantasy novels and thereinafter set about writing some of her own, with brilliant results.
Delays are expected, but thereinafter Shattersnipe will return with its regularly scheduled ramblings.
Company, Limited, (thereinafter called the Company) of the one part, and the Right Honourable Edward John Lord Stanley of Alderley, Her Majesty's
The King's Post Being a volume of historical facts relating to the posts, mail coaches, coach roads, and railway mail services of and connected with the ancient city of Bristol from 1580 to the present time
Society under the name of the 'Royal Academy of Arts in London,' graciously declaring himself the patron, protector, and supporter thereof, and commanding it should be established under the forms and regulations thereinafter set forth, which had been humbly laid before his Majesty, and had received his royal assent and approbation.
Dublin, -- should be Commissioners for the purposes thereinafter mentioned.
Some other features and advantages of the present invention should be obvious for the persons skilled in the art from the following description, and some other features and advantages will be self-evident in the application of the present invention, although they are not directly stated thereinafter.
In this consolidated Article 78 appeal, petitioners sought to compel the Town Board of the Town of Southeast and the Town of Southeast (thereinafter together the Town) to review the sewage rates of Independent Sewage Works, Inc.,
Article 1 of the Law No. 4 of year 2009 amends the article 2 of the original law and stipulates that the scope of the law is limited to properties, or parts of properties rented for residential, industrial, commercial, professional or vocational purposes, and to the tenancy relationship already existing or is established thereinafter.
There’s only two scenarios in which I’ve ever been served strawless: either the barman takes careful note of my straw-refusal and thereinafter learns although usually they go to put the straw in a second time,catch my expressionand whisk it out again, whoopsie!
Scientific and Cultural Organization thereinafter referred to as UNESCO), through a central programming and co-ordinating body and a network of research and postgraduate training centres and programmes located in the developed and developing countries.