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precondition

(prē″kŭn-dĭsh′ĭn) [″ + ″]
To protect tissues from future injury with anesthetics, drugs, physical exercises, or other therapies.
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The society has been accused of undermining government attempts to push forward with a second round of national dialogue by refusing to scrap preconditions.
However, in most existing work, they simply model the precondition of a successful service invocation as an ABox assertion, in the form of a function name with some parameters.
We are encountering preconditions from the Palestinians that haven't been set in all the 16 years of the peace process.
Mitchell has been engaged in intensive meetings with Israeli and Palestinian leaders since Obama took office in January to convince Israel to halt colony construction as a precondition to kickstarting negotiations.
This policy approach is, at the same time, an important precondition for the long-term and sustained success of the euro.
The question at hand, however, is whether Jews and Christians universally agree with Novak's belief in a shared Judeo-Christian ethics as the precondition for revelation.
She concludes that the free enjoyment of their own property by women is the essential precondition for social change: a precondition met in the twentieth century, but not in the Renaissance.
A further precondition of strategic importance for latecomers (i.
Mohammad Javad) Zarif (the Iranian foreign minister) and Iran's representative at the UN have also announced Iran's explicit position that our country will never accept any precondition for participating in the Geneva II conference," she added.
German: Agreement reached between France and Germany on the eve of Thursday s summit to discuss a new bailout for Greece was a precondition to ending the eurozone debt crisis, the French government said.
The truth is the unions have been willing to get around the table and to talk, the council has put a precondition in the way.
Our recommended choice to precondition the stiffness matrix without any shifts further simplifies the algorithm as it removes a possibility of having singularities typical for preconditioning of shifted stiffness matrices.