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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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These political branches, including those in the past, have taken advantage and there had been political antecedents here.
This court has considered lack of criminal antecedents as a relevant mitigating factor," he said.
The purpose of this study was to explore antecedents to falls in the acute care setting from the lived experiences of a diverse sample of expert health professionals, patient care assistants (1:1 safety sitters), VM technicians, nurses, and fall prevention experts.
Further to this, the SECP has now required all AMCs to verify the antecedents of persons seeking employment in AMCs to further strengthen the concept of resourceful hiring.
In the appointment letter, it will be clearly mentioned that in case character and antecedents of the candidate is found not verified or any false information is given by the candidate in his/her self-declaration, the provisional appointment will be cancelled forthwith and other criminal/legal action will also be taken, as a consequence.
This essay critiques the relevance of historical antecedents about children's' play in nature and how these historical and political mechanisms create cultural norms and dominant discourses that sustain nature-human dualisms.
Moonlighting and its four antecedents being addition in income, blocked promotion, skill diversity and job autonomy were independent variables.
We get comfortable and declare a "win" too soon when all we've really done is introduce the antecedents.
Pronoun-antecedent agreement means that pronouns must agree with their antecedents in person, number, and (in the third person) gender.
The authors screened more than 1,300 children to identify 33 willing participants exhibiting all three antecedents of schizophrenia: a speech and/or motor delay or abnormality; a social, emotional, and/or behavioral problem; and a psychoticlike experience.
Sikri said that a person contesting elections is also under legal obligation to disclose information on his or her criminal antecedents and educational qualifications.
In analyzing variables as the concept of organizational commitment, antecedents of organizational commitment, and the dimensions of organizational commitment, which scholar, compared to Allen and Meyer's model, has proposed the most comprehensive model in fulfilling the goals of organizations?
The three antecedents are characterized by the term set of three fuzzy sets, such as low, medium and high, as shown in (1) defined over a specific universe of discourse T(throughput) = T(delay) = T(mobility) = {low, medium, high} (1) and the consequence by term set of five fuzzy sets, such as poor, average, good, very good and excellent, as shown in (2) defined over a specific universe of discourse
Le president americain Barack Obama a propose avant-hier mercredi la reinstauration d'une interdiction des armes semi-automatiques et la verification systematique des antecedents de tous les acheteurs d'armes a feu pour lutter contre les multiples fusillades qui ensanglantent regulierement les Etats-Unis.
Findings in these studies have provided a considerable body of evidence on the mechanisms involved in OCB, including its antecedents and consequences (Organ, Podsakoff, & MacKenzie, 2006).