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Use "hereunder" in a sentence
"(There’s also great commentary on this ludicrous topic from Dr. Marty Klein hereunder the title “Memo to Southwest Airlines: Women’s Bodies are OK”)"
"Upon the acceptance of this act by a majority of the voters voting thereon at any town meeting as afore - said, it shall take effect for the purposes of the next annual town election in the town of Amherst, at which election one third of the representative town meeting membership to which each precinct shall be entitled hereunder shall be elected, the unexpired terms of office of all previously elected town meeting members shall continue until their expiration, and for the purpose of determining town meeting members at large and for all other purposes this act shall take effect upon the date of such election."
"I am often looking for tales to present, and sometimes, as in the deeply upsetting matter described hereunder, I do find one too awful and too strange for the show."