antecedent


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Synonyms for antecedent

someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent)

a preceding occurrence or cause or event

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anything that precedes something similar in time

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the referent of an anaphor

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preceding in time or order

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His high character, his profession, his antecedents would all forbid it.
Arguing that the convicts had no criminal antecedent and so should be granted a chance to reform, Ramachandran said both Judges urged to give a chance to reform
Issues associated with ambulation were reported to be antecedent to falls, such as improper use of unfamiliar assistive devices, excessive speed in walking, foot dragging, unsteadiness, syncope, and verbalizations of dizziness or lightheadedness.
ACD is a form of Verb Phrase Ellipsis in which ellipsis is embedded in its antecedent.
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This is a classic case of confusing the antecedent (obtaining the equipment) with the change itself.
Antecedent means "something that comes before," that is, the word a pronoun refers to.
However, there are some drawbacks which are listed as follows: (1) Antecedent of rule cannot be reduced.
Due to downsizing and integration of companies; the process of re-engineering; and the nature of work relations, organizational commitment, although still an important antecedent, is no more the most important.
Bankruptcy Code Section 547(b)(2), which states that the payment must have been "for or on account of an antecedent debt owed by the debtor before such transfer was made.
Conscientiousness, one of the Big Five personality constructs, was selected as the dispositional antecedent and organizational justice was chosen as the attitudinal antecedent.
Rapid motor imitation antecedent (RMIA) training manual; teaching preverbal children with ASD to talk, research ed.
As can be observed, Lakhota, in contrast with English, has internally-headed relative clauses, since the antecedent is included in the relative clause.
First, the statistics used in prior investigations have limited utility in accurately assessing the importance of a single antecedent (e.
The one-factor model of attitudes toward menopause and their antecedents assumed that attitudes toward menopausal aging reflect a single underlying dimension and are related to a common set of antecedent conditions.