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Synonyms for forerunner

Synonyms for forerunner

one that precedes, as in time

a phenomenon that serves as a sign or warning of some future good or evil

one that indicates or announces someone or something to come

Synonyms for forerunner

a person who goes before or announces the coming of another

something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone

anything that precedes something similar in time

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Ryan, Founder & President of Forerunner Signs & Graphics explained, "LED Signs are the best choice for companies looking for the brightest and most cost effective advertising tools.
Forerunner Software s Director of Development, Jon Totton, said : "We are very pleased to announce the addition of this patent to our IP portfolio as we continue innovations in our design to completely optimize the end user experience of our unique Mobilizer.
Forerunner Records creative director and BMET lecturer, Heather Young, said: "Since its launch in 2008, Forerunner Records has evolved from a small concept to a well-known brand.
Being selected as a City Region Forerunner would provide the Tees Valley with increased local influence on key issues such as economic development, regeneration, housing and transport.
Sears has maintained her status as a highly regarded forerunner in the downtown loft market for the past 20 years.
Oki Electric, a forerunner in the IP contact center system, initially released CTstage 4i in 2002.
The new Forerunner 205 by Garmin ($270) is a watch-size GPS trainer that keeps track of your speed, distance, pace, and calories.
So declared Felix Dzerzhinsky, the first head of the Soviet Union's dreaded secret police, the Cheka, forerunner of the KGB.
This unique introduction to pioneer history in the form of an ABC book (B is for Bandalore (a forerunner of the yoyo), H is for the Hornbook (the textbook that most children learned to spell with), X is for the eXhaustion of hardworking homesteading families).
as his personal "preview" and workshop car, the Forerunner is unorthodox in both styling ideas and construction techniques.
This award is the latest in the series of recognitions CODE plus has received as a forerunner in the area of RFID by the Commercial and U.
Once goals for a particular workout such as distance and time or time and speed have been entered into the Forerunner, the Virtual Partner icons appear on the display.
This highly recommended account of the 17th Century forerunner to today's pedophile priest scandals reveals the consistent response of the Catholic Church hierarchy to child abuse.
He follows the history of the English language with a salute to forerunner linguists Samuel Johnson and Noah Webster and to the contributors who volunteered literary research and summaries of each word's beginning and acquired meanings through the medieval, Renaissance, and modern eras.
We will do these things until peace itself becomes, like the Baptizer, a kind of forerunner, a herald; and we all shall cry, 'Even so, come, Lord Jesus