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thereto

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtheretothere‧to /ðeəˈtuː $ ðerˈtuː/ adverb formal 🔊 🔊 SCLrelating to an agreement, piece of writing, or thing that has just been mentioned 🔊 the treaty and any conditions attaching thereto
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theretoHow significant is the development of fairness, whether it be seen as synonymous with natural justice or in juxtaposition thereto?I was doing a senior thesis in college on cable television economic law and all the regulations related thereto.Smarter tyrants followed, and the reaction thereto.Such notes may be included in the accounts or in separate documents annexed thereto.Our experience is thereto draw on whenever you wish.Every party whose signature appears on a bill is primafacie deemed to have become a party thereto for value.
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