I would be curious to know why would you have multiple before and after methods?
For e.g., if you are running into a situation wherein you need to have multiple @BeforeSuite/@AfterSuite, then you could easily convert them into a listener format and perhaps even control the order of execution of the listeners.
Can you please help add more context around this ?
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