wherefore and insofar as:
"Whereas, I'll have the steak with, near or adjacent to french fries, including but not limited to the mixed vegetables, accompanied by, concurrent with and at the same time as a beer. Would you like to cross-examine?"
I wonder if attorneys who work full time in contract law and language ever slip up and use that language... elsewhere?
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