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- adv. In a premature manner; too soon or too early.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a premature manner; before the proper time; too early; overhastily.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. (of childbirth) before the end of the normal period of gestation
- adv. too soon; in a premature manner
Spies believes his team can beat the Chiefs tomorrow as they have grown from a team that won the title prematurely in 2007.
What was your rationale for ending the title prematurely? "
Moving a child to a booster seat mode prematurely is actually a step-down in overall safety, she says.
The real question remains did Sarah Palin prematurely opt to abort her last term in office just to spend her contributor's money on herself instead of campaigning on the issues?
For Americans with less than a high school education, the risk of dying prematurely is on the increase -- rising most quickly for white women in that category.
Depending on your age and circumstances, there can be penalties involved with removing funds prematurely from a Roth.
If Fox does decide to cancel it prematurely, is there a chance that it might find a new home somewhere on cable, where it would feel much more at home?
The growth of IVF, with its high rate of twin births which have an increased risk of being born prematurely, is also a contributor.
Whether investors will panic prematurely is unclear.
On this account, Mr.S. would not like to have his name prematurely mentioned.
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