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    As mentioned earlier synonym?

    As mentioned earlier synonym?

    - [a few moments before: I met him p.] ≈ (lit.) above, a little while ago, a little earlier.

    Who is it just now?

    lawyer A little while ago, before: I saw it Fr.

    As mentioned earlier?

    [po-càn-zi] or just a little while ago adv. antiq. A little while ago, some time before the moment we speak: as I said Fr.

    As I said earlier?

    You write a little or a while ago: this is how you write Tantissimi, we could say immense, and one of the most frequent errors is also this, to write a few moments ago in a united way. The correct form is in fact "Poc'anzi". A little while ago it is made up of two words, which merge by elision.

    As mentioned earlier?

    In the case of this expression, the best formula is the one with elision. So, if you have to use this expression, remember to write Poc'anzi with the apostrophe and that the whole formula Pocanzi is considered an error. Attention, the Pocanzi formula is considered an error because it is a formula that has fallen into disuse.

    How did I tell you a moment ago?

    You write a little or a while ago: this is how you write Tantissimi, we could say immense, and one of the most frequent errors is also this, to write a few moments ago in a united way. The correct form is in fact "Poc'anzi". A little while ago it is made up of two words, which merge by elision.

    As agreed just now?

    It is written a little or a while ago: this is how it is written The correct form is in fact "Poc'anzi". A little while ago it is made up of two words, which merge by elision.

    As per the phone call made today?

    As per the agreements made by telephone, it is a sort of opening formula to connect what will follow to what has been said (at another time, in a previous communication), reaffirming a bond of relationship and sharing between the protagonists of the interaction.

    As mentioned above?

    - A little while ago, a few moments before: I met him just now. / po'kantsi / (rare just now) avv. [comp. of the lawyer

    How did I say a moment ago?

    - A little while ago, a few moments before: I met him just now. / po'kantsi / (rare just now) avv. [comp. of the lawyer

    How did I write a moment ago?

    The expression just now is made up of two adverbs, little and indeed, and admits as synonyms "a little while ago", "a moment ago". For phonetic reasons, little and indeed cannot be united in the univerbated form just now; the o just falls by elision, and is indicated by an apostrophe. It follows that the correct form is just now.

    As previously mentioned synonym?

    [previously appointed: on Fr. people; on day d. (or aforementioned)] ≈ cited, cited, aforementioned, aforementioned, aforementioned.

    As per telephone agreements how do you spell?

    - As per telephone agreements. - As not mentioned, we remain as agreed. In any case, those who use the unworded form without an apostrophe (okay) are making a big mistake since no dictionary, even the most tolerant one, accepts its use.

    As per telephone agreements or as per telephone agreements?

    The correct form agrees, with the simple preposition of subject to ➔elision before the noun agreement.
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