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  • The word "Precursor" appears in the name of the new satellite because Tropomi is eventually destined to fly on Europe's future polar orbiting weather spacecraft.

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  • We are given the story of the ministry of John the Baptist, called the Precursor or Forerunner of the Lord, with some variation of detail, in the three synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke, as well as in the Book of John.

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  • Northern and Welsh sections, known as the "Precursor" class.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 458, October 11, 1884

  • He will be standing there as He did by His own tomb of old, pointing to yours, tenanted with angel forms, nay, Himself as the "Precursor," showing you

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  • It was called the "Precursor," and systematically attacked not only every institution, but, it might be said, every law, and all the manners and customs, of the country.


  • The editor of the "Precursor" was Mr. Jawett, selected by that great master of human nature, Mr. Bertie Tremaine.


  • The 'Precursor' wants to put down the Crown; I shall put down the 'Precursor.'


  • It seemed to the editor that the "Precursor" dwelt more on the past than became a harbinger of the future.


  • He was a frequent guest there, and still was the editor of the "Precursor," though it sometimes baffled all that lucidity of style for which he was celebrated to reconcile the conduct of the party, of which the "Precursor" was alike the oracle and organ, with the opinions with which that now well-established journal first attempted to direct and illuminate the public mind.


  • With this branding, we could all then say that the Palm Pre was the "Precursor" to the return of the Palm Treo.

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