thereunder

[thair-uhn-der]
adverb
1.
under or beneath that.
2.
under the authority of or in accordance with that.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English therunder, Old English thǣrunder. See there, under

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thereunder (ˌðɛərˈʌndə)
 
adv
1.  (in documents, etc) below that or it; subsequently in that; thereafter
2.  under the terms or authority of that

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thereunder
O.E. þærunder; see there + under.
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Example sentences
They wore turbans too, and thereunder peered out their elfin faces at me,-faces
  with protruding lower-jaws and bright eyes.
These certificates are arranged chronologically by year and thereunder by month.
Thereunder these four are arranged either alphabetically by unit name or
  numerically by unit number.
By community, thereunder by plat, thereunder by block.
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