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mentioned or named earlier in the same text

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B: 3 June 1967 NOTE: the above-named was discharged from the proceedings and may no longer have a connection with the address listed.
In fact, in the cases of the above-named quartet, a bit further than Row Z.
But some local media and independent sources in the Norman, Oklahoma, area where the incident took place, contacted by THE NEW AMERICAN, have challenged that official line, pointing to ample evidence indicating that Hinrichs was involved in a terrorist plot--and that the above-named officials are involved in a massive coverup.
Bryan Robson, Iain Dowie, Harry Redknapp and Nigel Worthington are all good bosses and I would not be surprised if Doug Ellis was not biding his time to get rid of the Prince of Dreams he's got managing the Villa and pounce for any one of the above-named four, who will possibly be available when the relegation issue is solved.
As a supporter since 1945, may I suggest the club has a major clear-out at the end of the season and it includes the above-named persons.
In these articles we did not seek to attack or impugn the integrity of any of the above-named.
The notice must state the name and address of the person or if a firm the name and address of the firm and must be signed by the person or firm, or his or their solicitor (if any) and must be served or, if posted, must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above-named solicitor or the petitioner not later than 5 o'clock in the afternoon of the 2nd day of March, 2018.
You may wish to protect yourself against this consequence by paying the above-named provider of labor, services or materials directly or making your check payable to the above-named provider and contractor jointly.
It occurs to me that not only does Richard have to carry the above-named lady, but also several others involved with the BBC's racing coverage.