Heretofore

her-too-for', Hebrew temol, "yesterday," "neither heretofore, nor since" (Ex 4:10; compare Ex 5:7-8,14; Jos 3:4; Ru 2:11); 'ethmol shilshom, "yesterday," "third day" (1Sa 4:7, "There hath not been such a thing heretofore."

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