According to the preface of All In, she introduced herself after that lecture and told him about her academic research.
I quote Immanuel Kant in my preface, defining enlightenment as mankind coming out of its self-imposed immaturity.
Music journalist Joel Selwin annotates, with a preface by Donovan, a foreword by Jorma Kaukonen, and an afterword by John Poppy.
"I wanna dedicate this book to my cock," declared Mark Wahlberg in the preface to his 1992 autobiography, Marky Mark.
In his preface, Solomon suggests that other movements can learn from this one.
And Camons, as observed in the preface, has twice asserted that his machinery is allegorical.
You'll read all about it in the preface of that book, if I remember.
In your preface you say, "What would it avail me in this gloom of solitude?"
“I want a looking-glass,” said Strange, without a word of preface.
One thing more about Rice Corner, and then, honor bright, I'll finish the preface and go on with the story.
late 14c., from Old French preface "opening part of sung devotions" (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin prefatia, from Latin praefationem (nominative praefatio) "fore-speaking, introduction," in Medieval Latin "prologue," noun of action from past participle stem of praefari "to say beforehand," from prae "before" (see pre-) + fari "speak" (see fame (n.)).
1610s, from preface (n.). Related: Prefaced; prefacing.