from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of preview.
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- v. Alternative form of preview.
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- n. an advertisement consisting of short scenes from a motion picture that will appear in the near future
MONTAGNE: And Iraq falls under the prevue of the commander of U.S.
That is one more reason that the Washington Secretary of State has prevue over the certification of not just the counts of the ballots so cast, but also the veracity of the contents of the ballot.
Arrivée prevue la semaine prochaine chez le Pinku!
First impression, sa conjonctivite a l'air plus grave que prevue!
That is the prevue (ph) of the federal government.
Forced choice and sleight-of-hand are not only the prevue of stage magicians, though.
Just to give you a prevue, I've been told frequently I should do voice-over!
That the FISA Court would publish a brief that only justifies their existence and the legality of the FISA laws, and reinstate that it is beyond the prevue of the FISA Court to challenge the legality of this program or look outside any case not brought before them, their statements make contextual sense.
Une meuf a annuler sa pose prevue mercredi prochain et il est bien possible qu'on ait sa place mais ca s'trouve c pas encore sur du coup ca nous repousse pour dans un mois voir plus!!
Also it sort of lands the issue into the church, where it has not had the sole prevue for quite some time.
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