Did you perhaps mean pretend?
- From pre- + Latin pendere ‘weigh’. (Wiktionary)
“Notice in the above that I'm switching the default case for each; the assumption will be that labels prepend content, and input appends. render (), the element will iterate through the various attached decorators, calling render () on each.”
“In this chunck of code, the jQuery "prepend" content manipulation is used to inject the tooltip immediately after the opening body tag.”
“Also, maybe it's just that I'm a fast typer but typing "facebook" and hitting CTRL-ENTER (to prepend "www." and append ". com") seems faster to me than relying on typing a few letters and then selecting from the autofill.”
“And we could prepend to the sign, “Welcome to California, Home of Loyal Americans.””
“Saying "pleased to meet you" is just something you prepend to a conversation, but the sort of spin added by politicians is woven through it.”
“Also, maybe it's just that I'm a fast typer but typing "facebook" and hitting CTRL-ENTER to prepend "www." and append ".com" seems faster to me than relying on typing a few letters and then selecting from the autofill.”
“If you're going to call me an economist, however, you should probably prepend "amateur" to that title ;~”
“I then drag in any relevant files and other emails, set the deadline of the task to the delivery date, and prepend the number of pages to the task title.”
“I do believe it is important that teachers are treated with respect and my students do prepend my name with "Mrs.”
“But it infuriates me to be forced to prepend or append some numbers to my preferred handle just to get some online social system to accept it.”
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