One manifestation of this in English could, logically, involve antecedence
of LDA by the genitive DP in a possessor construction.
Kerouac's location in and clarification of a pre-postmodern interval went unrecognized in his time b ecause he preceded such theories naming and defining the postmodern; of necessity, then, this discussion utilizes later theories of postmodernity to evince Kerouac's antecedence
vi) degraded riparian zone, degraded hillslope, wet antecedence
To conclude, the so-called "Western values of freedom and liberty," sometimes seen as an ancient Western inheritance, are not particularly ancient, nor exclusively Western in their antecedence
The earliest traditions on the Central Coast are considered the Protowestern Tradition by Borden (1975), which possibly had Clovis antecedence
through the documentation of the East Wenatchee (WA) Clovis site (Mehringer & Foit 1990; Matson & Coupland 1995: 67).
Such confusion is compounded by the unclear presentation of other aspects of verbal inflection, in which the s-stem and p-stem are put in varying positions implying relations of precedence and antecedence
which conflict with one another.
Immediately apparent is the inclusion of relations among events in their description, among them the temporal relations of antecedence
an employee organization without an election had its antecedence
Or do they remain nervy about strike-strewn antecedence
and mindful of the nationally-preferred stereotype of the Scouser who talks a lot better than he works?
Delimiting the focus to technological structures, the antecedence
is biotechnology-based interaction (alliances) and the consequence is nanotechnology-based interaction (alliances).
Berti holds that for Aristotle, "when the discussion applies to heterogeneous realities, the adverb mallon [more] does not indicate a more intense grade of the same essence, but rather an essence that possesses the common predicate in a primary way (proteron, in the sense of ontological antecedence
, not just chronological)"; Berti, PS, 203, n.