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Usage of whereby #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 09, 2005 10:37 am   Usage of whereby


I would like to know the usage of whereby. where and How it is used... Is it used when we talk about arrangements or processes?
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Use of whereby #2 (permalink) Thu Mar 10, 2005 21:20 pm   Use of whereby

Whereby can be used instead of by means of or through which.
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