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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

I said it was too much when I heard of it; but it was then too late—she had already been referred to hereinafter as the tenant.
To my nephew, Saul Harrington, one hundred pounds a year, raised as hereinafter specified by a Government annuity.
THE MYNNS' MYSTERYGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
The means by which he had imparted knowledge are displayed upon the stone, and below are the lines hereinafter set forth.
IN SEARCH OF GRAVESTONES OLD AND CURIOUSW.T. (WILLIAM THOMAS) VINCENT
In time of war the said Robert and his heirs ought to serve the City in manner hereinafter written.
BYGONE LONDONFREDERICK ROSS
I shall hereinafter refer to this document as "the McLoughlin Document."
DR. JOHN MCLOUGHLIN, THE FATHER OF OREGONFREDERICK VAN VOORHIES HOLMAN
They have given some checks on the position of this grade during the velocity measurements hereinafter described.
As to the decree and letter, reasons for questioning the authenticity of these documents will be hereinafter brought to view, Ch.
NOT PAUL, BUT JESUSJEREMY BENTHAM
These take the form of military operations, each denominated a course of action (discussed in detail hereinafter).
SOUND MILITARY DECISIONU.S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
As a result of this procedure, he can then correctly formulate his mission (discussed hereinafter).
SOUND MILITARY DECISIONU.S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
Said contract as hereinafter modified is reaffirmed and declared valid.

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