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Joining and Nesting Markers:
Verb[た/る] - means that dictionary form and ta form are accepted.
Verb[causative[て]] - means て form of the causative form of the verb.
(A) はおろか (B) も is a slightly old fashioned expression meaning “let alone (A), (B)”. Literally “It is foolish to mention (A) when even (B)”. It is usually used in negative contexts. When followed by the negative form it means that something is not even the case for (B), then by the same logic it's all the more not the case for (A). When followed by the positive form it means that something is the case even for (B), then by the same logic it's all the more the case for (A).