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    Context examples for the meanings & translations of "antecedent" in English - English

    Most behaviors have an antecedent or cause

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    "A" stands for antecedent,"B" stands for behavior and"C" stands for consequence

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    20. Good governance is an important antecedent to long-term socio-economic development.

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    My delegation therefore hopes that the enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Debt (HIPC) Initiative will succeed where its antecedent did not.

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    20. Good governance is an important antecedent to long-term socio-economic development.

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    My delegation therefore hopes that the enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Debt (HIPC) Initiative will succeed where its antecedent did not.

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    My delegation therefore hopes that the enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Debt (HIPC) Initiative will succeed where its antecedent did not.

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    Several studies into the causes of teenage prostitution noted that the majority of teenage runaways cited family problems as their reasons for running away and that early childhood sexual abuse and incest were common antecedent factors for teenage prostitutes.

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    20. Good governance is an important antecedent to long-term socio-economic development.

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    The decision of the Mano River Union on the endemic problems of dissidents was antecedent to the end of the war in Sierra Leone and intended to put an end to the destabilization of the region by armed non-State actors and to create a mechanism for sustainable peace and security within the Mano River Union region.

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    20. Good governance is an important antecedent to long-term socio-economic development.

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    Several studies into the causes of teenage prostitution noted that the majority of teenage runaways cited family problems as their reasons for running away and that early childhood sexual abuse and incest were common antecedent factors for teenage prostitutes.

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    The United States understands the phrase "rights in question" to preserve the notion that customary international law recognizes that a degree of response greater than the precipitating wrong may sometimes be required to bring a wrongdoing State into compliance with its obligations if the principles implicated by the antecedent breach so warrant (A/CN.4/488, para. 127; see also Case Concerning the Air Services Agreement of March 27, 1946 Between the United States of America and France).

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    The decision of the Mano River Union on the endemic problems of dissidents was antecedent to the end of the war in Sierra Leone and intended to put an end to the destabilization of the region by armed non-State actors and to create a mechanism for sustainable peace and security within the Mano River Union region.

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    The United States understands the phrase "rights in question" to preserve the notion that customary international law recognizes that a degree of response greater than the precipitating wrong may sometimes be required to bring a wrongdoing State into compliance with its obligations if the principles implicated by the antecedent breach so warrant (A/CN.4/488, para. 127; see also Case Concerning the Air Services Agreement of March 27, 1946 Between the United States of America and France).

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    The decision of the Mano River Union on the endemic problems of dissidents was antecedent to the end of the war in Sierra Leone and intended to put an end to the destabilization of the region by armed non-State actors and to create a mechanism for sustainable peace and security within the Mano River Union region.

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    Several studies into the causes of teenage prostitution noted that the majority of teenage runaways cited family problems as their reasons for running away and that early childhood sexual abuse and incest were common antecedent factors for teenage prostitutes.

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    The United States understands the phrase "rights in question" to preserve the notion that customary international law recognizes that a degree of response greater than the precipitating wrong may sometimes be required to bring a wrongdoing State into compliance with its obligations if the principles implicated by the antecedent breach so warrant (A/CN.4/488, para. 127; see also Case Concerning the Air Services Agreement of March 27, 1946 Between the United States of America and France).

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    Ask if the traffic light is an antecedent or a consequence?

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    My delegation therefore hopes that the enhanced Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Debt (HIPC) Initiative will succeed where its antecedent did not.

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