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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthereinthere‧in /ðeərˈɪn $ ðer-/ adverb formal  1 THEREin that place, or in that piece of writing See Thompson, 1983, and the references cited therein.2 therein lies something herein
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thereinKramer was interviewed for the book and is quoted therein.I remember not being able to stand outside a phone kiosk any longer and dragging out a man who was obviously gossiping therein.And therein, I think, lies the true fascination of the 100 metres.The wealth of letters and contents therein is something for which I am ever grateful.She is not afraid of the outside world, but recognizes its beauty, and therein lies a danger.It may be argued that therein lies evolutionary justification for the belief that some modified form of such living can suit humans.And therein lies the fatal flaw.
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