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Trusting you will be able to concur in the foregoing suggestions.
The rest of my theory is embodied in the foregoing narrative.
Put it into a freezer, and proceed as in the foregoing receipt.
This fictitious correspondence of mine is to blame for the foregoing digression.
Our numbers will indicate where they are to be found in the foregoing collection.
In strong contrast with the foregoing is the next event to which we shall refer.
If the foregoing piece be worth your strictures, let me have them.
He somehow suspected, after the foregoing conversation, to whom the letter was addressed.
Crawford, William (nephew of foregoing), killed by Indians, 331.
Proceed as in the foregoing recipe, substituting a chicken for a rabbit.