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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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Callamard also issued a detailed rebuttal of the preconditions, saying some were beneath the dignity of the victims and her mandate.
On the allegations made by the opposition delegation that it arrived in Geneva without preconditions, al-Jaafari said that those who drafted the Riyadh 2 statement meant to undermine Geneva process by setting preconditions, adding that "the operators of the other parties; I mean, the Saudi authorities and their Western operators do not want Geneva process to succeed-Syria as a state won't accept any terrorist blackmail that would influence the political course of the Geneva talks.
De Mistura promised that provocative statements that lay down preconditions will stop.
Mohi Eddeen has further confirmed that the government had "dealt" with all their preconditions .
On April 28, 2010, the NCIP Free and Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) Team recommended the issuance of the certification for precondition noting the overwhelming approval of the Palawan tribes and the directly affected areas of the mining operations.
The society has been accused of undermining government attempts to push forward with a second round of national dialogue by refusing to scrap preconditions.
The Code for Leasing Business Premises in England and Wales 2007 recommends that preconditions should be restricted to payment of the principal rent being up to date, that vacant possession of the property be given to the landlord and that any underleases or subleases be terminated.
We C* are open for meaningful discussions on confidence-building measures, without preconditions.
In this paper, we propose to construct context ontology first, so that we can determine what context information of service consumers will be matched against service information for service recommendation, and then we propose to formalize the precondition of successful service invocation based on a lightweight Description Language, and finally based on the formalization of both context of service consumers and precondition of service invocation, we can reason on context satisfiability for service recommendation in mobile network.
But, he added, "Talks should be held without preconditions, as the road to peace is by way of talks, and this is our intention with either the Palestinians or the Syrians.
The US has called for the resumption of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians as soon as possible and without preconditions, an apparent climbdown on earlier demands for Israel to halt settlement building.
Mitchell told reporters the US is "not identifying any issue as being a precondition or an impediment to negotiation".