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hereunder

[ heer-uhn-der ]
/ hɪərˈʌn dər /
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adverb
under or below this; subsequent to this.
under authority of this.
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Origin of hereunder

Middle English word dating back to 1175–1225; see origin at here, under
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British Dictionary definitions for hereunder

hereunder
/ (ˌhɪərˈʌndə) /

adverb formal
(in documents, etc) below this; subsequently; hereafter
under the terms or authority of this
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