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    Thereby

    Is "thereby" used correctly below? I'd say that it is and that one could replace it with "in this way" without the changing the meaning.

    "The second part contrasts sporting competition with economic competition, thereby setting out the formerís specific nature."

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    Re: Thereby

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Is "thereby" used correctly below? I'd say that it is and that one could replace it with "in this way" without the changing the meaning.

    "The second part contrasts sporting competition with economic competition, thereby setting out the formerís specific nature."

    Thanks!
    Yes, it's fine.

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