thereto

[thair-too]
adverb
1.
to that place, thing, etc.
2.
to that matter, circumstance, etc.
Also, thereunto [thair-uhn-too, thair-uhn-too] .


Origin:
before 900; Middle English therto, Old English thǣrtō. See there, to

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thereto (ˌðɛəˈtuː)
 
adv
1.  formal to that or it: the form attached thereto
2.  obsolete in addition to that

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Example sentences
It is quite probably rather true anyway and anyhow, so perhaps there is no
  point in any further denial thereof or thereto.
Then, in addition thereto, he brought in a new piece of evidence.
The following discussion should be read in conjunction with our consolidated
  financial statements and notes thereto.
Added thereto was a satisfied curiosity amalgamated with a satisfied egoistic
  sense of rivalry.
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