hereat

hereat

(ˌhɪərˈæt)
adv
archaic because of this

here•at

(hɪərˈæt)

adv.
1. at this time; when this happened.
2. by reason of this; because of this.
[1350–1400]
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Hereat, simply as a child engrossed with a new game, the lama threw back his head and began the full-throated invocation of the Doctor of Divinity ere he opens the full doctrine.
Remember these are the worst supported clubs in the Premier League - Bournemouth has an unbelievable ground capacity of 11,464 and Watford 21,577 compared to 52,000-plus hereat St James.'.
Wythe and both of them, the attention of Governor Fauquier, the ablest man-who ever filled the chair of government hereAt these dinners, I heard more good sense, more rational and philosophical conversations than in all my life besides' Thomas attended one of the best schools on earth at the time, but what he was able to access during those dinners was more important to him.
Further back, there was the great Test win in 1992, hereat Lord's.
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