Did you perhaps mean precede?
- v. common misspelling of precede.
“Murphy's Law" does not require that anything be beautiful or good to preceed it getting worse.”
“The brain is extremely complex but our understanding of its complex dynamics is not required to analyze whether or not conceptualization would preceed implementation.”
“If they try to change the law midstream, I guarantee that there will be lawsuits trying to stop the change and in which case the special election will probably preceed any change.”
“Rape is Rape, no matter the descriptives that preceed it.”
“There is a need for a specifiable determinstic outcome which must preceed a viable self-replicator.”
“This sacred phrase summarizes and emphasizes the several phrases that preceed it.”
“Whatare perhaps more important, from the liberal point of view, are the primary contests that preceed them.”
“Hahahah, I remember a commenter here amusingly predicted that the liberal excuse making for Obama would preceed in chronological order as "He's only had 50 days", "Look, he's only had 100 days", "Hey, he's only had one year to clean up Bush's mess", "Hey, you can't expect someone to clean up Bush's mess in one term", and so on ad infinitum.”
“Because physiological changes often preceed changes in anatomy, thermography offers a chance for very early detection of changes in the breast tissue.”
“Seaforth Highlanders advance in square as they await their turn to ford the river. 9th Bengal Lancers preceed them.”
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