in advance of


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in advance of

In front of; ahead of.
See also: advance, of
References in classic literature ?
Louis, and two grandsons of the celebrated Daniel Boon, set out together, in advance of Sublette's party, thinking they would make their way through the mountains.
We must reach the upper levels of the pits in advance of the flood or we shall never reach them.
Disneyland has a meeting scheduled to discuss the INS notice with INS staff today (May 6) and we are surprised that the INS has chosen to publicly discuss this matter in advance of that meeting.