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Explanation: I believe "les dessus pressentis" is being used as an adjectival noun phrase. Literally, I think it means, "the items presented/introduced above". When we talk about something that has been discussed previously, i.e. in the "above" or preceding paragraphs, we generally say "the aforementioned whatever". So I think "aforementioned items" might do the trick here. (Having said that, they really should have put a noun in between "Les" and "dessus" to make it clearer.)
Rowan Morrell New Zealand Local time: 19:29 Native speaker of: English