SYNONYMS FOR prerequisite
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The prerequisite is for the parties in Syria to show some basic decency and save their own people.
The prerequisite for this is for the U.S. to postpone current efforts for some kind of political transition among Syrians.
But moral vanity isn't a prerequisite for this embrace of fairness.
Slavish adherence to all relevant U.S. policy positions is not a prerequisite for such a role.
It is a prerequisite for having conservative ideas being taken seriously by the American people.
It will thoroughly ground pupils in those ideas that are prerequisite to any right work in science.Common Science|Carleton W. Washburne
The payment of an annual poll-tax of $2.50 is a prerequisite to voting.
In other words, the first prerequisite would seem to be a genealogical tree of the animal kingdom.The Whence and the Whither of Man|John Mason Tyler
The poll-tax was abolished as a prerequisite for voting in the case of women.
Registration of any copyright, performing right or assignment is required in Australia as a prerequisite for legal action.Copyright: Its History and Its Law|Richard Rogers Bowker