Aforecited


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A`fore´cit`ed


a.1.Named or quoted before.
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3) in case of failure to adopt the aforecited options by Centerra Gold Inc.
Lipinski, Semitic Languages: Outline of a Comparative Grammar (Louvain: Peeters, 1997), did not even note the view of Ruzicka and Petracek (and the aforecited articles are not included in his extensive bibliography either).
Recalling the aforecited passage from Utopia it will be seen that in this attitude towards the slave, the aEs were much unlike the nobility of Utopia who even as they would deprecate gold, would 'vilify' a 'bondsman' (slave) or criminal with gold itself.