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heretofore

ad verb before now, earlier, formerly, from the start, historically speaking, in the past, previous to, previously, prior to, retrospectively, up to this time
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heretofore

until now; before this time.
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Duxbury notes that heretofore, the TI Automotive plant in Rastatt, Germany, had been the technology leader among the company's operations.
Heretofore, PVC manufacture has been exclusively in the hands of larger chemical companies.
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THE DAY AFTER April Fool's Day, the Treasury Department asserted with a straight face the government's right to criminalize the heretofore First Amendment-protected act of editing an article or book.
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In this collection of personal essays, professor of psychiatry Mindy Fullilove presents examples from her own life and the lives of her family members to illustrate her thesis that place has an important but heretofore little recognized role in the full human development of any individual.
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Also, the two Liaoceratops skulls that Makovicky and his colleagues studied have some features that heretofore had only been seen in their psittacosaurid cousins.
Digging into previously classified CIA history, Polmar reveals heretofore hidden aspects of the U-2's relationship to the spy agency, where the plane's success or failure dictated the rise and fall of many careers.
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