hereinbefore

[heer-in-bi-fawr, -fohr]
adverb
before in this document, statement, etc.
Also, hereinabove [heer-in-uh-buhv] .


Origin:
1680–90; herein + before

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hereinbefore (ˌhɪərɪnbɪˈfɔː)
 
adv
formal in a previous part of or previously in this document, statement, etc

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Example sentences
The commissioner may permit a shorter time to be fixed for meal periods than hereinbefore provided.
Said regulations may be amended from time to time in the manner hereinbefore set forth.
Reinforcement for concrete panels shall be as required for loads hereinbefore specified.
Whenever any such permit is revoked, said colonel shall give notification as hereinbefore provided.
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