what's another way to say 'as i mentioned before'
As I have mentioned before, gurly chastity tears are somewhat inevitable during prolonged orgasm denial punishments, but Ladies, make sure they are captured for re-feeding. I like to smear chastity tears on a large penis shaped dildo so she can practise her tongue work prior to some sucking and deep throat training. You might be surprised but Gurls in desperation for release adapt to this really well and surprise surprise the more tears the better the result!
AIMB abbreviation stands for As I Mentioned Before
Ben's got it right. 'As I mentioned before' refers to some specific time, likely one the listener can recall from the recent past (probably during the speaker's speech). 'As I've mentioned before' likely refers to something that may have been said quite some time in the past. Just a rule of thumb.
Mentioned above is a more typical phrase in writing than it would be in speaking. In speech, I would expect to hear as I said previously or as previously mentioned, or something similar.
I guess what it comes down to is that "as I have mentioned" must refer to a statement, rather than just a term or expression. The position of "is" doesn't change that statement. "Which I mentioned" could refer to a term.People looking for: "as i mentioned before in a sentence", "examples of sentences in as i mentioned before", "i need a sentence for mentioned", "mentioned usage", "sentence for mentioned", "sentence on mentioned", "using mentioned", visited this page."as I have mentioned in the Introduction" is referring to the fact that the problem was labeled "immediate" - that is, it is not so much about stating that I have mentioned the problem itself in the Introduction. It is about the quality of the problem as being "immediate".