Definition of Precedences

1. Noun. (plural of precedence) ¹



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Definition of Precedences

1. precedence [n] - See also: precedence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Precedences

precautionarily
precautionary
precautioned
precautioning
precautions
precautious
precautiously
precautiousness
precava
precavae
precaval
precedaneous
precede
preceded
precedence
precedences (current term)
precedencies
precedency
precedent
precedented
precedentedly
precedential
precedentially
precedenting
precedently
precedents
precedes
precedest
precedeth
preceding

Literary usage of Precedences

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1. The Representative Significance of Form: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics by George Lansing Raymond (1909)
"Landscape Gardening—How it may Suggest both Progress and Unity—One Extreme to be Avoided—Also the Other—Painting : The Scene and its precedences and ..."

2. The Representative Significance of Form: An Essay in Comparative Aesthetics by George Lansing Raymond (1900)
"Landscape Gardening—How it may Suggest both Progress and Unity—One Extreme to he Avoided—Also the Other—Painting : The Scene and its precedences and ..."

3. The Third World Council: That Is, the Third Council of the Whole Christian by James Chrystal (1908)
"See precedences of Sees. precedences of Sees; the Ecumenical principle on which they are based, 162, note 114; 157, note 100; ..."

4. Authoritative Christianity: The First Ecumenical Council ... which was Held by James Chrystal (1908)
"See precedences of Sees. precedences of Sees; the Ecumenical principle on which they are based, 162, note 114; 157, note 100; 312-316 text, and notes; 428, ..."

5. SAS/OR(R) 9.1 User's Guide: Project Management. by SAS Institute (2004)
"A task (parent or leaf) can be scheduled only when its precedences and all its parent's precedences are satisfied. ..."

6. SAS/OR(R) 9.1.3 User's Guide:: Project Management 2.1, Volumes 1, 2, and 3 by Gehan A Corea, SAS Institute (2006)
"A task (parent or leaf) can be scheduled only when its precedences and all its parent's precedences are satisfied. During the forward pass of the scheduling ..."

7. City of Liverpool: Selections from the Municipal Archives and Records, from by James Allanson Picton (1883)
"... assembly of the burgesses in 1558, in the following terms:— "Whereas at this Assembly Mr. Mayor presented an old book of precedences which was escribed, ..."

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