herein

[heer-in]
adverb
1.
in or into this place.
2.
in this fact, circumstance, etc.; in view of this.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English; Old English hērinne. See here, in

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herein (ˌhɪərˈɪn)
 
adv
1.  formal in or into this place, thing, document, etc
2.  rare in this respect, circumstance, etc

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Example sentences
Any other incidental expenses on prize not specified herein are the sole
  responsibility of each winner.
And herein lies the first of several failures of logic driving those opposed to
  animal use in research.
Extinction is more complicated and more rampant than is being reported herein
  and this is highly unfortunate.
But herein lies the mystery-and the power-of this odd, odd sport.
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