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Before. Prior to going back to school, he worked in a restaurant. Prior to moving away, I used to live in that neighborhood.
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prior

n. a prior arrest. (Underworld.) This guy has about fifteen priors.
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If the witness is testifying and there is an effort to use a prior inconsistent statement for either substantive evidence or to impeach, one cannot imagine a scenario where that effort is not being made on cross-examination.
Conn, A View from the Bench, Using a Witness's Prior Statements and Testimony at Trial, Army Law., Mar.
The Bayesian approach has several advantages over the classical approach because it can utilize the prior information in a formal way, satisfies the axioms of coherence and utilize decision theory.
The exclusion of prior crimes is hot an occasional quirk of the American legal system.
Sentiment has increased from prior month and it was slightly better than expected.
Tracking of prior authorizations for the delivery of dermatologic care was initiated in 2016 at the University of Utah.
The fall in revenue, stronger investments in R+D, and higher functional costs compared to the prior-year quarter resulted in EBITDA falling by 14.2 percent to 23.8 million euros (prior year: 27.7 million euros).
POSTERIOR DISTRIBUTION USING NON- INFORMATIVE PRIOR
IBG said the ending customer credit balances of USD 23.8bn were 23% higher than prior year and 1% higher than prior month and a reported 229 thousand customer accounts was 12% higher than prior year and 1% higher than prior month.
Russell said Prior can take the game away from you in the same way Gilchrist used to, adding Prior is way ahead of him, in terms of keeping, and now he is pushing his batting record.
Even after adjusting for age, ethnicity body mass index, smoking, and prior preterm delivery the odds ratios for LEEP patients vs.
Before the series began, Australia may well have regarded Prior's wicket-keeping as a weak link in the opposition.
1 : being or happening before something else <a prior date> <prior experience>
Building new homes on the sites of Alderman Harris School, Charter Avenue, and Sir Henry Parkes School, Prior Deram Walk and on land next to Prior Deram shops and the end of Gerrard Avenue.
Under prior law, a tenant was required to make that decision within 60 days of filing.