Aforecited


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A`fore´cit`ed


a.1.Named or quoted before.
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On the back of the aforecited literature and practice, let's consider if the price stability in contrast to the existing monetary stability framework allows an objective basis for conduct, evaluation and communication of the monetary policy.
First, the aforecited Resolution requires that the precinct results from the VCM's main SD card be imported to the CCS even if the ERs are already electronically transmitted by the machine to the canvassing centers.
international arena, in compliance of aforecited provisions of the TEU
Even though the question of limitation fades away in the light of the fundamental jurisdictional question in these cases, we are of the considered view that on the basis of statutory provisions noted above, the question of limitation settled in the aforecited cases needs to be revisited.
3) in case of failure to adopt the aforecited options by Centerra Gold Inc.
The darker sides of the French capital, so seldom treated by critics, were the seeds of Hemingway's first full-length text, and though what we read in the published version has the aforecited passages excised, the chapters area creative interaction with the man's past and present senses of his cultural reality, interpreted through "Hem" and, later, Jake Bames.
The aforecited representative excerpts need no more corroborating support as to the tragic mendacity of the antisemites, from religious texts, to secular socialism, to the intellectual pleiad of the prophets and leaders of enlightenment who had disdain for their own history and, despite their glorification of the great ideals for all humanity, nevertheless did not hesitate to malign the Jew.
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).