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hereupon

[ heer-uh-pon, -pawn ]
/ ˌhɪər əˈpɒn, -ˈpɔn /
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adverb
upon or on this.
immediately following this.
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Origin of hereupon

First recorded in 1125–75, hereupon is from the Middle English word herupon.See here, upon
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British Dictionary definitions for hereupon

hereupon
/ (ˌhɪərəˈpɒn) /

adverb
following immediately after this; at this stage
formal upon this thing, point, subject, etc
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