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use "aforementioned" in a sentence

An important corollary form of flock management to the aforementioned styles are specialized flocks raising purebred sheep.

Teachers from outside the Society of Friends were expected to be in sympathy and to teach in accordance with the aforementioned principles, particularly emphasising moral
detector team leading the way afoot, Colonel growdon's column moved only a mile to the village of Sinwon-ni before encountering more mines.

Paris - Versailles - Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche The wheel had started turning and project came afoot.

At first unsuspecting, Abe arrived on the scene, but once he saw the decrepitly drunk Masa he knew what was afoot.

Also further investment plans including putting up two new plants - one in Uttarakhand in North India and a bus body building unit in middle-east Asia are fast afoot.

Although many Toda have abandoned their traditional distinctive huts for concrete houses, a movement is now afoot to build tradition barrel-vaulted huts and during the last decade forty new huts have been built and many Toda sacred dairies renovated.

Rohan knew a deeper plot was afoot and was not entirely sure Masul was indeed lying, so he let the man swagger his way into the Rialla.

This story is the one and only place in the Canons where the phrase "The game is afoot" is used.

The Ecology of Man Moves to produce prescriptions for adjusting human culture to ecological realities were also afoot in North America.

January 2008 saw preparations for OST continuing afoot ready for the initial materials and safety audit.

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