Notably though, in some of what have here been claimed above to be instances of LDA, antecedence
patterns parallel to that banned in 29b, that is, with a genitive phrase antecedent, are possible:
But why do we like searching for Welsh antecedence
at every turn?
If we trace Robert's literary antecedence
, we may find him a
However, when the candidates for antecedence
differ with regard to type of reference, ambiguity does not (or need not) arise.
The Dutch and the Germans have their own antecedence
of shame,but it is the English who are most likely to step out of line.
So we have a number of senses of nonbeing operative: absolute nonbeing, the nonbeing of otherness between and within each entity and the nonbeing involved in temporal antecedence
and consequence (not-yet-being and no-longer-being).
Much more important as generative schemata in Treitler's presentation are what he calls formal systems (nonconsecutive pitch relations, phrase shapes, relations of antecedence
and consequence, etc.
A file was sent to the Crown Prosecution Service containing the full circumstances and the youth's antecedence
, and it was decided that he should receive a reprimand.
See Nobuo Hayashi, Continuous Attack Liability Without Right or Fact of Direct Participation in Hostilities--The ICRC Interpretive Guidance and Perils of a Pseudo-Status, in INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: ANTECEDENCES AND CHALLENGES OF THE PRESENT TIME 56, 75-76 (Joanna Nowakowska-Matusecka ed.
There are several important antecedences
to the image of a bank; one of these is its logo, which plays an important role in influencing the way customers perceive the bank's image.
de la musicologia en la Argentina: documentacion y exegesis.