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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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There is a proposal to present the results of the dialogue before the people after the dialogue is over, but that is not a precondition.
The vital precondition concerned the payment of all monies due under the lease, not just those due and demanded.
The European Union is open to meaningful talks with Tehran without any precondition on the Iranian side, Reuters reported quoting an EU foreign policy spokesman as saying on Saturday.
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But the call was loosely worded, imposing no explicit preconditions or parameters for the talks and making reference to a string of previous peace proposals, speeches and United Nations resolutions.
Barzani added: "Now, after a series of meetings with a number of politicians and representatives of cultural , social and communities centers, as well as of a different components of society, I felt it was best to call once again, all political parties to return to the dialogue table without preconditions, to open a new page in relations and cooperation .
In a press statement released here today, the ministry said the decision took effect and it became applicable after all preconditions were met, emphasizing that all botanical and animal quarantines at border crossings are ready to receive and to check the incoming vegetables from Jordan to the Kingdom.
It has been suggested the reason why no question was asked on the pension was because preconditions were set by Fine Gael.
Catherine Ashton, head of the P5+1 delegation at the nuclear talks in Istanbul, said that the preconditions laid down by Iran were not the way to proceed in negotiations.
Although Gates' comments appeared strong, he avoided giving a clear indication to North Korea to give up its nuclear program as an agenda for renewing six-party talks, which Pyongyang has called for "with no preconditions," the paper said.
TEL AVIV, August 16, 2010 (WAFA) -Israel will reject any preconditions set forth by the Quartet of Middle East peace negotiators in regard to scheduled resumption of direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians, daily Haaretz said.
He also has put forward a series of preconditions, including a complete halt to Israeli construction in the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem, and securing from Israel or the U.