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the act, condition, or right of preceding

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Henry, with the aid of members of Olim Aid International (OAI) Australia, contacted Parfitt when he became aware through the internet of the latter's role in establishing Jewish antecedence for the Lemba of Zimbabwe and South Africa.
The genesis lies again in the antecedence of the two principals.
The dynamic between Brazil and Slovenia perhaps best characterizes the antecedence Lykketoft puts on combating inequality.
Yet the antecedence and underlying processes are entirely different ones.
He regretted the attitude of the MQM lawmakers inside the Sindh assembly and the way they had surrounded the CM's desk had no antecedence and was deplorable.
Since intention has a strong correlation with condom use behavior and it is also antecedence to that behavior, any education aimed at promoting condom use among college students should seek to influence their intentions.
Also about dispossession, 'Hairst Street, 2010' may have its antecedence in Dunn's photographic poems about Terry Street, though perhaps a better context in which to read this poem would be provided by Edwin Morgan's Instamatic Poems of 1972.
This implies antecedence where causes must precede or at least simultaneously exist for something else to exist.
Its antecedence is that of a dynamic, one which cannot be reduced to an array of "poetic objects.
The paper by Marika Rauhala on the Cult of Cybele and its changing depictions by Romans and Christians is a good reminder of how appeals to masculinity (the cult involved ritual castration) complicated just how 'Roman' its antecedence and prestige was.
2) Each rule in individual consists three parts: rule control, antecedence and class label.
In Bradley's neat formula, Heidegger's philosophy is 'less [about] the technologisation of phusis than the ontological "naturalisation" of technology' (p75), and the question becomes once again that of antecedence versus retroactive constitution, of the kind which, although Bradley does not mention it (as opposed to the ontico-ontological difference, pp81, 85), Derrida asks of Heidegger in 'Geschlecht I' in relation to primacy about the division between ontological and sexual difference: (1) can such a structural ontologisation of technics proceed without recognising a prior given ontics of matter that legitimates its foundations and revealability (p81; p177, n.
a) To explore the antecedence of psychological empowerment because of the inadequate awareness of it in prior research.
While the antecedence of this convenient construction of the gift relationship may be open to question (Krier, 2008; Thompson, 1991), the contemporary power vested in landownership has meant that those who have inherited land have also inherited the power to 'dictate' the way that others receive the gift, especially for consumptive activities such as leisure.