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precedent

(pre′sĕ-dĕnt) [L. praecedere, to go before, precede]
In law, an action, ruling, or verdict that may be used as an example to be followed in the future.

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What is true for the prophets is true even for Christ: God's authority is the only binding authority, and without it, no preacher or teacher can do anything.
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Some reinsurers review every risk submitted by a managing underwriter, while others give managing underwriters full binding authority and rely on audits and penalties to avoid unpleasant surprises.