from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Running forward; specifically, in zoology, extending cephalad; antrorse: the opposite of recurrent.
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Monuments and cities but express precurrent mental objects.
English civil war in the reign of Charles I., who should duly have noted the signs precurrent and concurrent of those days, and should also have read the contemporary political pamphlets, coming thus prepared, could not have failed, after a corresponding study of the
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