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thereof

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthereofthere‧of /ðeərˈɒv $ ðerˈɑːv/ adverb formal  SCLrelating to something that has just been mentioned States differ in standards for products and the labelling thereof. Money, or the lack thereof, played a major role in their marital problems.
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thereofAgain, the undertaker offered two choices to the client: outright purchase of all the accoutrements or the hire thereof.Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.If not re-appointed at such annual general meeting he shall vacate office at the conclusion thereof.Preaching to the converted, he said that credit was the best indicator of forthcoming recession, or the end thereof.lack thereofThe festival presents horror movies, backed up by commentary on their scientific authenticity, or lack thereof.The company's success, or its lack thereof , depends on the quality of its product.
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