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    as agreed

    "As agreed, they moved south of the Arkansas River where they enjoyed a few good seasons, able to resume some semblance of their former........."

    This sentence has been taken from the following link.

    http://www.lastoftheindependents.com/BlackKettle.html

    "As agreed, we went together with the guides to the Uighure art school's concert at 9.00 pm. It alternated between ..........."

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    http://www.cesta.cz/journal_0526_0601.html

    I don't know what is meant with "As agreed", because I didn't find the subject of the verb 'agreed'. Is "As agreed" written in passive voice?

    Please say details. Thanks to all.

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    Re: as agreed

    Yes, "as they had previously agreed."

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