— n. that which was previously mentioned above …
— as previously mention, as already stated …
As previously mentioned the Jews had an exponentially greater need for a Jewish State at the time (which Great Britain acknowledged) than the Arabs had for a Palestinian State.
As previously mentioned.. Women in men’s shirts.. PERIOD!
As previously mentioned the Jews accepted the Peel Report in principal. The Arabs rejected and condemned it and refused to negotiate. It would also be informative to mention that while there was violence and even terrorism on both sides, generally the Jewish violence was in reaction to Arab violence. This may have influenced thinking on all sides regarding the splitting of territory.
Found an answer for the clue As previously mentioned, in footnotes that we don't have? Then please to us so we can make the clue database even better!One problem with "as previously mentioned" is that it's passive. WHO previously mentioned? I realize the answer is obvious: you're the writer, so of course you are also the mentioner. But the problem with passive writing isn't that it's unclear; the problem is that it's un-evocative. "As previously mentioned" doesn't project an image into the mind's eye. Since your whole goal is to prompt thought ("please remember!"), you don't want to shut the reader's mind down at this point in your writing. (Why would you want to do that at any point in your writing?)Found an answer for the clue As previously mentioned that we don't have? Then please to us so we can make the clue database even better!Presumably, whatever you write after "as I previously mentioned" is a repetition of whatever you previously mentioned: "As I previously mentioned, cows are mammals." What't the point of the starting clause? Why not just write. "Cows are mammals" or "Since cows are mammals, ..."?"As I previously mentioned" is better, but a second problem is "previously." It's an ugly, writerly adverb. You would never talk like that, would you? You'd probably say something like "as I mentioned earlier" or "as I mentioned before."As previously mentioned.. Women in men’s shirts.. PERIOD!Reminds me of what I did a while back - instead of having my initials embroidered in the collar band, I had my then girl-friends name.. Gent’s - expensive exercise.. But fun..