Above-cited

A`bove´-cit`ed


a.1.Cited before, in the preceding part of a book or writing.
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In recent years, the issue of dual nationals in public office has cropped up several times, with public and legal opinions tending towards a narrow - some would say too narrow - interpretation of the above-cited constitutional bar.
'Moreover, harvestable palay was adversely affected by the dry spell that brought down production in the above-cited regions,' it added.
In recent years, the issue of dual nationals in public office has cropped up several times, with public and legal opinions tending towards a narrow some would say too narrow interpretation of the above-cited constitutional bar.
And, according to the Guardian, the above-cited report points out that of the 154 cases thus far analyzed, "no such reversal of a climate regulation brought before the courts has yet survived a legal challenge.
Syjuco are very willing to enter into a plea of guilty to lesser offenses relative to the above-cited provisions of law, they being lesser offenses than the offenses with which they are originally charged," their motion stated.
In addition, file comment references the age limit on beneficiaries receiving RMDs in the above-cited situation and expresses concern that there are cases where a non-spouse beneficiary may not be able to offset an inherited RMD.
Unfortunately, all above-cited tall claims seem mere eyewash.
Yet, transparency remains limited, and the above-cited statistics do not evoke much confidence in actual adherence to commitments.
Whether they have been engaged in any assignment to utilise data of Indians from the above-cited breach?
Finally, supplementation is a boost to the above-cited routines.