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a·fore·men·tioned

 (ə-fôr′mĕn′shənd)
adj.
Mentioned previously.
n.
The one or ones mentioned previously.

aforementioned

(əˈfɔːˌmɛnʃənd)
adj
(usually prenominal) (chiefly in legal documents) stated or mentioned before or already

a•fore•men•tioned

(əˈfɔrˌmɛn ʃənd, əˈfoʊr-; əˌfɔr ˈmɛn ʃənd, əˌfoʊr-)

adj.
cited or mentioned earlier or previously.
[1580–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.aforementioned - being the one previously mentioned or spoken of; "works of all the aforementioned authors"; "said party has denied the charges"
same - same in identity; "the same man I saw yesterday"; "never wore the same dress twice"; "this road is the same one we were on yesterday"; "on the same side of the street"

aforementioned

adjective aforesaid, previously mentioned, earlier mentioned, prior mentioned, aforenamed the aforementioned conference
Translations

aforementioned

[əˌfɔːˈmenʃənd] aforenamed [əˈfɔːneɪmd] aforesaid [əˈfɔːsed] ADJsusodicho, mencionado

aforementioned

[əˈfɔːrmɛnʃənd] aforesaid [əˈfɔːrsɛd] adjsusdit(e), susmentionné(e)

aforementioned

, aforesaid
adj attr (form)oben genannt, oben erwähnt

aforementioned

[əˌfɔːˈmɛnʃnd] aforesaid [əˈfɔːsɛd] adj (Law) → suddetto/a, summenzionato/a
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Lattimer emphasizes the importance of the Enterprise's 'dealership partners,' which are the franchised and independent car dealers around the country that are his customers and that buy all those aformentioned vehicles.
Although the original conceptualisation of the task did not require assessment of students' performance in terms of presentation skill and slide preparation, we suggest that rubrics could be created to formally assess the students' presentation and slides, so as to provide more specific feedback to the students to improve the aformentioned skills.
While the aformentioned foods can help people sleep better, longer, and with fewer disturbances, there are some habits and foods associated with poorer sleep.
If you've shot an M&P you know its low bore axis and 18-degree grip angle make it easy to shoot well, and the gun comes with four interchangeable grip inserts--small, medium, medium/ large and large--as well as the aformentioned new grip stippling, which is a lot more aggressive for excellent control.
He appealed to the state government and security agencies to disband all the smoking and drinking joints in the aformentioned areas through constant patrol of the neighbourhoods and Oyo State in general.
The aformentioned obstacles are often highlighted in discussions about the SUS; however, what is often neglected is the impact of predatory public-private linkage, where private interests have predominated over the last thirty years.
Especially strong air pollution was recorded over (many) city hills (Kosevsko brdo, Kobilja Glava, etc.) due to the strong emissions from vehicles driving over the aformentioned inclinations.
In the present study as was also aformentioned above at the time of rumenocentesis, 7 early lactation cows in and 6 other relevant mid-lactation cows in farm V were found to be experiencing SARA (cows with a ruminal pH [less than or equal to]5.5).
Banks owned by domestic shareholders, such as the aformentioned Attijariwafa Bank, BMCE Bank, Groupe Banque Centrale Populaire and Credit Immobilier et Hotelier, have opted to establish separate participation banking subsidiaries, while subsidiaries controlled by French parents, such as Societe Generale Marocaine de Banques (controlled by Societe Generale), Banque Marocaine pour le Commerce et l'Industrie (BNP Paribas) and Credit du Maroc (Credit Agricole), have chosen to provide services through special Islamic banking 'windows', according to Fitch.
It can be noticed in the table that all approaches can be implemented in real time as their testing time for each video is really fast with the aformentioned computer configuration.
Two notable examples can be found in the aformentioned L'ecole des sables, where a desperate public-school teacher pours boiling oil on himself to escape his position in a remote rural school, and Mohamed Nedali's Triste Jeunesse, where administrative corruption and a struggling job market lead to tragedy for two high school graduates.