One can only assume that, given recent American precedence, this new party will not be allowed to govern.
Sherman has always acknowledged the contact, so maybe the whole issue of precedence is a dead letter.
He filmed that part, too, with the host performing parody songs around Los Angeles to establish a precedence of parodic works.
The idea had originally come from Buckingham Palace; that boys should no longer have precedence in the succession over girls.
They taught that "the interests of the poor have precedence over the interests of the rich."
For purposes of instruction it is likely to have precedence of any other that has been printed in this country.
Their claims to precedence, however, consist not in their wealth, but in that which accumulates the wealth.
Their precedence over others I wish they had not; but they have it.
Meeting Casanova in the entry, he gave him precedence with mock politeness.
The noun is however entitled to the precedence; it is of equal importance in language, and undoubtedly claims priority of origin.