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the previous day/chapter/owner etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe previous day/chapter/owner etcthe previous day/chapter/owner etcthe one that came immediately before the one you are talking about now I had met them the previous day. as we said in the previous chapter The trees had been planted by the previous owner. previous
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the previous day/chapter/owner etcInstead of travelling with the security truck carrying the money, Morgan had checked out the area round the bank the previous day.Chapter 8 provides a summary of the findings from the previous chapters and draws conclusions.The Coroner's inquest had been held in Southwold the previous day and he had attended with Evelyn.The temperature then was 41 after the game was postponed the previous day because of freezing rain and snow.The detailed history in the previous chapters has given an account of Ian Paisley's personal combination of religion and politics.If the previous chapter of this Report is taken seriously, however, there is a challenge which faces us all.Perceptions of health status One aspect of health status omitted from the previous chapter on morbidity relates to perceived health status.In the previous chapter we hypothesized that potential entrants assume that the industry price will not be affected by their entry.
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