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English sentences with hitherto in context,

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The formation of sovereign bodies has hitherto been performed through hierarchical striation along the boundaries of class dictatorships.
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a Hitherto Unpublished Narrative of Certain Remarkable Adventures Compiled from the Papers of Sergeant William Dew of the Marines.
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hitherto (adverb)

  • Up to this or that time.
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Hitherto

  • So far or so long.
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Thus we have squares; which offered prime targets to artillery; which was proliferated in hitherto unseen amounts.
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Neurology is the specific study of neurological disorders and the affects hitherto as it were, quid pro quo.
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Stepping up and taking jobs hitherto reserved for men was their way of putting another body on the front line by freeing up potential soldiers.
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Maybe I have a hitherto latent talent for it.
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"...and hitherto when he spake unto them in a manner in which they knew, he appeared unto them as puffed up and consumed by faggotry."
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Can we please stop posting every rumor about possible targets from hitherto unreliable sources such as the Gazetta dello Sport?
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He observed how powerful a force slavery was in America at the time; and he reasoned that, just as electricity comes in two opposing charges, there must exist some hitherto-unseen force that was the polar opposite of slavery.
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Somehow when you bolt the same - or in many cases worse - sensors to a phone with often a worse lens, it acquires some hitherto undiscovered juju, not just in terms of the handiness but also in terms of perceived image quality.
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A businessman returning home to find a giant octopus enveloping his suburban refuge - as though the monster had dropped from the sky - is a pretty good symbol of a suddenly realized but hitherto unknown crisis in his life.
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It is awesome to me that an in-your-face homosexual with such a devotion to some of our country's most vulnerable has been able to cross hitherto un-touchable boundaries and recruit the conservative christian voter to his cause."
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Because implementation in Russia is always difficult and meets tough resistance - recall Peter the Great cutting the beards of his boyars - because if a large and sustained drop in oil prices were to occur, Russia would be in serious trouble, and because hitherto, investment in the non-energy sectors had remained far too low.
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The HAE Government is a greedy, capricious, narcissistic mess - a family within a community who decided all together that they were going to use the destruction of society, hitherto as known by all, as an opportunity to lord it over their neighbours, and pretend to be some dynastic marvel.
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Suppose you calculate the motion of a planet around the Sun considering effects of all other hitherto known planets and moon.
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Not hitherto?
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The plan was for him to be injured and the hitherto useless tag-along girl with the mysterious past to try swordfighting instead, while he sticks to getting taught sorcery (you can probably find my explanation re: sorcery versus alchemy in Magic threads on /r/worldbuilding.)
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Assuming that we humans, being hitherto the dominant species, with a certain understanding of nature and set of superior ethic laws, have to detach from animal biological patterns is interesting, but yet to be proven the right strategy / evolutionary pattern to follow.
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their sleaze to hitherto unknown levels.
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But fortunately it is quite invisible to these humans....When he gets to his pew and looks round him he sees just that selection of his neighbours whom he has hitherto avoided.
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But it does dispose of the most important of the reasons why hitherto we have thought it prudent to move carefully.
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When I made the cloud the garment thereof, And thick darkness a swaddlingband for it, And brake up for it my decreed place, And set bars and doors, And said, Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further: And here shall thy proud waves be stayed?
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The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggle.
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People talk as if the commencement of this course of experience had hitherto been put off, and as if, at the moment when some man feels tempted to meddle with the property or life of another, he had to begin considering for the first time whether murder and theft are injurious to human happiness.
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Arched saddles and spurs combined to change the game for mounted troops by the twelfth century, and trebuchets ruined the hitherto best known defense against an army (big stone walls defended by archers and other cleverness).
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The site planetminecraft.com allow the hitherto five builders see how pixelated Amsterdam is established.
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But if I were Iraqi, and you asked me who was the anti-Iraqi force in my country, I'd probably select the foreign army that has illegally invaded my country on jumped up pretences, most likely with the intention of helping itself to my country's most valuable natural resource, plunging what had hitherto been a secular civil society into a decade-long hellhole of sectarian violence... Yeah, if probably pick those guys.
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Speaking at a press conference, the Admiral stated "A large force of hitherto unknown vessels has been detected massing in the space between systems, following the recent spike in detection of unidentified cloaked structures."
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Both parties tried to exploit the discontent this generated, by promising the little guy some of the federal largesse that had hitherto gone to the business sector.
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Mine was: "hitherto"
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The stock Mormon dodge is in op though "corrupt lamanitish source" which even if true would be a hitherto unknown cultural phenomena on par with Lord of the flies but only explainable as it is convenient for the Mormon demonization of natives.
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The mere suggestion of even the notion of "push" being uttered within earshot of a burger, in my experience, causes all of the constituent parts to shoot out from between the buns and rest lovingly upon the tablecloth, saucer where the teacup (because you need to have fluids with this kind of cuisine) is, and invariably a heaping quantity all across the garment of the burger's hitherto unsuspecting beholder.
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But I'd never been persuaded hitherto by the charges of anti-Semitism, because the evidence was always complicated, and (as Fried notes, Heidegger was very, very careful.
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When I made the cloud the garment thereof, And thick darkness a swaddlingband for it, And brake up for it my decreed place, And set bars and doors, And said, Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further: And here shall thy proud waves be stayed?
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Finally, ye know sufficiently well that it cannot be of any consequence if ye just carry your point; ye know that hitherto no philosopher has carried his point, and that there might be a more laudable truthfulness in every little interrogative mark which you place after your special words and favourite doctrines (and occasionally after yourselves) than in all the solemn pantomime and trumping games before accusers and law-courts!
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The martyrdom of the philosopher, his "sacrifice for the sake of truth," forces into the light whatever of the agitator and actor lurks in him; and if one has hitherto contemplated him only with artistic curiosity, with regard to many a philosopher it is easy to understand the dangerous desire to see him also in his deterioration (deteriorated into a "martyr," into a stage-and- tribune-bawler).
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He who discovers a hitherto unknown phenomenon of nature has no claim to a monopoly of it which the law recognizes.
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On the other hand, Patriotism tends to exalt the achievements made by members of and/or by the polity itself which have proven themselves to transcend time or the advancements made hitherto in the discipline.
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So a lot of effort is put into convincing themselves that it's some mysterious liquid, hitherto unknown to science, that can only be extracted through sexual activity, kind of like finding the G-spot is only possible at a high level of arousal.
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What was hitherto a very rigid and doctrinal religion came into contact with an increasing number of Greek Christians who questioned many of the theological concepts that were till then accepted without question.
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Some chunk of some hitherto unknown anti-speedforce rock will get embedded in the Flash, or some other crazy BS.
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Simone's outspoken views on female representation in the comics medium obviously precluded the kind of T&A which Gen 13 was hitherto known for, but her writing was strong enough to carry the series on its own merits - to an extent.
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It's like regaining control of your body and mind when hitherto you'd just been a passive observer.
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According to hitherto un-confirmed reports, both Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin saw UFOs shortly after that historic landing on the Moon in Apollo 11 on 21 July 1969.
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SmallJon hissed with a hitherto unknown venom.
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The sciences, each straining in its own direction, have hitherto harmed us little; but some day the piecing together of dissociated knowledge will open up such terrifying vistas of reality, and of our frightful position therein, that we shall either go mad from the revelation or flee from the light into the peace and safety of a new dark age.
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The war would be better fought with a mobility doctrine in mind over the focus on positional fighting that has hitherto been the Syrian government approach.
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"The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles."
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