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use "precede" in a sentence

For this reason, they often believe that seed AI (an AI capable of making itself smarter) should precede nanotechnology.

Lyrically and musically, it's usually thought to precede ' Tie Your Mother Down ' as a loud, riff-heavy expression of disdain for the author's
precaution, even in a well-lit urban context.

The bridge had been closed since the flood as a precaution that its foundations had also been eroded.

As a precaution, the three crew were taken to the Eglin hospital and released the same afternoon.

Nevertheless, he took the precaution to acquire immigration visas for his family and a group of friends.

In sympathy, Julie's father Karl decides to let his daughter borrow his car in exchange for hers as an extra safety precaution.

Ian Denchasy, Art of Oral Sex: Bring Your Partner to New Heights of Pleasure, page 30, quiver, 2007, ISBN 1592332900 precaution The bikini area is one of the most sensitive areas in the body, and special attention must be paid to avoid irritation.

These loyal servants took the precaution of using the lancet many times.

The fairground terminated in a row of four "Chinese" pavilions, each with pagoda roofs, with the neoclassical Saviour's Cathedral, and was encircled with a wide Betancourt's Canal - a precaution against fire.

As a precaution, he makes Dard and Dessie memorize what seems to them to be meaningless words and patterns.

Nets were spread around the French ships, as a precaution against a possible Chinese torpedo attack.

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