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whereas in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhereaswhere‧as /weərˈæz $ wer-/ ●●○ W2 AWL conjunction  1 BUT formal used to say that although something is true of one thing, it is not true of another The old system was fairly complicated whereas the new system is really very simple. Whereas the city spent over $1 billion on its museums and stadium, it failed to look after its schools.see thesaurus at but2 lawSCL used at the beginning of an official document to mean ‘because of a particular fact
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whereasA bowl of instant oatmeal costs about $.15, whereas regular oatmeal costs only $.05 per bowl.