The second time, which Ravi preceded with a viewing invitation to his friends on Twitter, they said he did.
Not unlike the AOL-Time Warner merger which preceded it, the shotgun marriage was based on the faulty logic of synergy.
His arrest was preceded by a raid on the offices of Yabloko and the seizure of their computers.
Romney was preceded at the microphone by Rick Santorum, who finished second during the long slog.
Practically speaking, this means that gay divorce has preceded gay marriage in Israel, which is kind of comically ironic.
General Littlepage preceded the corpse, carrying a prayer-book.
The day wore slowly on, but it seemed just like twenty days which had preceded it.
The back wash from the wave which broke against the wire was thinner than the wash that had preceded it.
The sacrifice of death will only be offered when a life of sacrifice has preceded it.
Four books had preceded these, in which the texture of the verse was woven of old romance and legend.
early 15c., "lead the way; occur before," from Middle French preceder and directly from Latin praecedere "to go before," from prae "before" (see pre-) + cedere "to go" (see cede). Meaning "to walk in front of" is late 15c.; that of "to go before in rank or importance" is attested from mid-15c. Related: Preceded; preceding.