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above-mentioned

adjective as contained above, as referred to previously, first, former, precedent, preceding, previous, previously named, previously specified, previiusly stated, prior
See also: aforesaid, before mentioned, last, preceding, previous, said
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Laurentian added that the above-mentioned common shares are Eligible Shares under the Bank's Shareholder Dividend Reinvestment and Share Purchase Plan.
But the watered down version that has been adopted on the 22nd March in the 19th session of the UN Human Rights Council states that only ": In Consultation with and with the concurrence of Sri Lanka (only) United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and relevant special procedures mandate holders to provide, advice and technical assistance on implementing the above-mentioned steps - "
However, based on all of the above-mentioned authority, it is not unreasonable to conclude that the states are currently trending toward the applicability of P.L.
Very thin laminated evaporators are to be installed in the above-mentioned models.
Together with the above-mentioned plants, the big number of LNG export trains will raise Qatar's production of LPG from 4m t/y to 14m t/y by 2012.
For this reason, Olden created innovative research and risk assessment centers within the NIEHS and the NTP comprised of representatives from all the above-mentioned sectors.
See page 1,398 in the above-mentioned dictionary: "vis-a-vis prep: in relation to...."
The category labels themselves are compelling: Compassion and Redemption, Love and Warmth, Longing and Sorrow (the section where I found the above-mentioned Brahms Symphony movement listed!), Vitality and Exuberance, Mystery and the Exotic and so on.
your customer service department, I should like to draw your attention to the above-mentioned publication, in particular an editorial by Fr.
Apparently, the Sony men in white coats couldn't squeeze the above-mentioned elements into the PSX in time for launch, but, they say they may be able to provide the MIA features by way of a future software update.
I was not, however, favorably impressed with the above-mentioned article.
At one level, the kind of theology presented here seems to be a significant advance on the tired above-mentioned dichotomous categories of the last four decades.