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theretofore

before that time, previous to that.
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Buckley's conservative compatriots moved into positions of power theretofore closed to them, and Buckley could boast, "We are the favorite magazine of the next president of the United States."
Theretofore, for its replacement all such materials around the world should be withdrawn from use or deleted.
Theretofore respected Catholic publications began to lend their pages to the popularization of moral opinions that lacked any claim of continuity with what earlier theologians classified as precepts derived from either natural law or divine positive law.
A latent or theretofore asymptomatic deficiency of G6PD may become clinically manifest under the appropriate conditions, especially in patients of African descent, even when evidence of past or current clinical and laboratory evidence of G6PD deficiency is lacking.
Psychiatrists such as Lombroso (2009), Prinzhorn (1922/2012), and Morgenthaler (1921/1985) began to identify theretofore unrecognized talent among their most disturbed patients.
It is, theretofore, imperative to safeguard the public against HEV infection, especially children (<10 years), the aged people (>50 years), immune-comprised individuals, and pregnant women.
His death was a defining moment for many theretofore quiet Filipinos, turning them into committed fighters for the return of democracy to the Philippines.
They bring together ideas that are already fermenting but that have not theretofore been viewed collectively, or whose relation to each other has gone unnoticed.
Elsewhere, he called autism "a behavior pattern not known to me or anyone else theretofore." And the increase in autism is so great that it cannot be explained on the basis of better diagnosing.
In his 1979 essay "Pictures," Douglas Crimp described how art's theatrical operations, theretofore manifested in the spatial environment, became "quite unexpectedly, reinvested into the pictorial image." (40) For example, the images of Sherrie Levine and Cindy Sherman call for imaginary reconstructions of their suggested contexts and narratives.
We're changing you into a Latin country." Auster pointed out that the United States was experiencing a dramatic series of theretofore unheard of developments, which included "a 25-foot-high statue of the Aztec god of human sacrifice ...