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Re: TERM: foreclose

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  • lucinka_f
    Yeah, I think it actually should have been whereupon . At least it fits the meaning of the sentence. Thanks for the suggestions. L. ... and possibly ...
    Message 1 of 10 , Oct 2, 2002
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      Yeah, I think it actually should have been "whereupon". At least it
      fits the meaning of the sentence. Thanks for the suggestions. L.

      --- In Czechlist@y..., Michael Trittipo <tritt002@t...> wrote:
      > >
      > >
      > >"whereafter", which I haven't been able to find even in Webster
      and possibly
      > >it is a twisted form of "thereafter", adapted to suit a relative
      clause.
      > >
      > >
      > It exists, somewhat like "whereby" -- but it's not common.
      Does "after
      > which" or "whereupon" fit in the context?
      >
      > Filip entered, whereafter Hanka left.
      > Filip entered, after which Hanka left.
      > Filip entered, whereupon Hanka left.
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