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said

(in contracts, pleadings, etc.) named or mentioned previously; aforesaid

SAID

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Well, here she comes, and we said she was going to try and shave us; but she didn't seem to be sheering off a bit.
Lammeter's cow, else you told a lie when you said it was a red Durham.
Tut, you fool," said Sancho; "it will be only to practise it for two or three years; and then dignity and decorum will fit her as easily as a glove; and if not, what matter?
I have said enough in my defence against the first class of my accusers; I turn to the second class.
He looked at me and pondered, then said, very slowly: "No, as you say, there is no end to it.
You're old enough to pray for yourself, Anne," she said finally.
I never heard such stuff as you boys talk," said Felicity, "and Uncle Roger is no better.
I shall take the usual licence, Mr Browdie,' said Nicholas, as he placed a chair for the bride.
When Simonides said that the repayment of a debt was justice, he did not mean to include that case?
While the servants were busied in providing materials, the surgeon, who imputed the backwardness which had appeared in Sophia to her fears, began to comfort her with assurances that there was not the least danger; for no accident, he said, could ever happen in bleeding, but from the monstrous ignorance of pretenders to surgery, which he pretty plainly insinuated was not at present to be apprehended.
This woman had also had a little school, which she kept to teach children to read and to work; and having, as I have said, lived before that in good fashion, she bred up the children she took with a great deal of art, as well as with a great deal of care.
I said to Anastatia before leaving home just now to come to you--of course the first friend I have seen on a subject so momentous to me, my dear Twemlow--I said to Anastatia, "We must work.