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to come, exist, or occur before in time

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be earlier in time

come before

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prey on or hunt for

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establish something as being earlier relative to something else

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He said the electronic system, "Sharian", has been re-programmed and will no longer accept predated sick leave, adding the authority is working on developing system standards and guidelines for medical facilities and physicians across the emirate.
The DHA urged physicians and those concerned in public and private medical facilities to abide by this new decision and refrain from giving patients predated sick leaves.
WARNINGS HEARD YEARS BEFORE PILLS WERE BANNED PRIMODOS predated modern predated modern urinebased pregnancy tests, and came in based pregnancy tests, and came in a green packet containing two a green packet containing two small, round pills.
The old hospital, which predated Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, closed in the late 1970s.
In 1946 he published Mine Boy, a prophetic and revealing novel in which his portrayal of South African racism predated the formal declaration of apartheid.
In other words, it's too late to eliminate the problem with good glucose control because the insulin resistance and its complications predated poor glucose control.
Indeed, these changes predated and, in fact, helped precipitate today's recession - and they will continue to influence the economy after the recession is over.
Asarco also supports its case by noting that its copper operations in the area predated the towns of Hayden and nearby Winkelman.
Miller's movie predated ``March of the Penguins'' by two years, but he's not complaining about the awareness the smash-hit documentary drummed up last year.
The find offers a rare chance to supplement archaeological discoveries with a first-hand account of a trading operation that predated contact with Europeans.
The 1997 purchase predated the acquisition of PharMerica by Bergen Brunswig and the subsequent merger that created AmerisourceBergen in 2001.
Oil lines unearthed by the flooding ruptured and spilled into the man-made Pyramid Lake and slides destroyed a segment of the historic Ridge Route, which predated the freeway.
These lines of evidence suggest, but do not prove, that the carbon came from a generation of stars that predated the clouds and the formation of galaxies, Songaila says.
The company's involvement in the oil industry predated the South African Liquid Fuels Charter of 2000 when it invested in Afric Oil in 1995 and followed with the acquisition of a 51% stake in Zenex in 1997.
VALLEY GLEN - Los Angeles Valley College's planetarium projector was so old, it predated mankind's landing on the moon.