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What we thus have in this latter case is a mode of antecedence
determination that does not give rise to predictability and is in fact incompatible with it.
This is why as of 2008 I describe black people of African descent simply as African, irrespective of antecedence
Stress appraisal and coping revisited: Examinint the antecedence
of competitive state anxiety with endurance athletes.
On how the issue of Antisthenic antecedence
impacts on the philosophy's profile, cf.
Having already demonstrated the antecedence
of the dominant inside/outside distinction within the Chavez discourse, so too apparent was the embrace of historical claims by Latin American revolutionary figures such as Marti and Bolivar on the utility of coming together in order to achieve a more promising future.
Social class was given antecedence
over caste and ethnicity in the works of such scholars as Dinesh D'Souza, Charles Murray and Clarence Thomas who now privileged Marxist accounts of poverty as a class phenomenon closely tied to the relations of production prevalent in a particular historical period.
17) That is, it is fallacious to infer causation from temporal antecedence
Max Nordau's work succeeded nevertheless in exerting sufficient influence in Spain to engender progeny--this metaphor is not facetious, given the extent to which the examples to be reviewed rendered his work precursory through reverent acknowledgement of its antecedence
Anne Sancier celebrates the traditional image of Du Vair as one of the leading precursors in the evolution toward classical style, discerning in his writings the early observance of strict rules of antecedence
that would come to characterize modern French prose.
of being in change is of a different sort than that of the essence.
For instance, a common type of LDA in various languages involves antecedence
by a main clause subject of a reflexive found in a complement clause, often subjunctive, as in the Icelandic example in 1a cited in Ruth Reeves.