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- adj. about to be specified or mentioned, especially in a document; following
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Mentioned below or beneath; undernamed: as, undermentioned dates.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. about to be mentioned or specified
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And we sum up a number of the DS and Wii games that went undermentioned at Nintendo's E3 conference: the WiiWare port of gold-standard indie platformer Cave Story, the gorgeously serene 'gaming's version of the bedtime story', Night Game (above), twisted indie platformer And Yet It Moves announced for WiiWare, the Kid Icarus-esque WiiWare game Icarian, and the possible localization of the brilliant DS logic puzzler Picross 3D.
His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to approve of the grant of the Victoria Cross to the undermentioned Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Men for most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty:
I've read the undermentioned link and also searched on those lines. insubject: is a useful search operator for Google Groups. posted by Chirayu @ 6:04:00 PM postCount'108790767495547265';
Check the undermentioned post On keeping an open mind, now why would someone call the first two paragraphs as disparaging remarks?
To the Registrar of the Sub-District in which the undermentioned death took place. —
Have the goodness to send copies and advertisements, AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE, to each of the undermentioned periodicals.
Since the establishment of diplomatic relations in 1994 and the accreditation of the South African Ambassador in Abu Dhabi to Qatar on a non-residential basis, bilateral relations have developed through the undermentioned actions i.e.: a..
The Judicial Service Commission invites nominations to fill vacancies in the undermentioned Courts:
The Judicial Service Commission invite nominations to fill vacancies in the undermentioned Courts:
Mmabatho did not finalise the undermentioned matters during its previous public session due to a lack of evidence.