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Meanings and phrases
- status established in order of importance or urgency; precedency; priority
- the act of preceding in time or order or rank (as in a ceremony); precession; precedency
- preceding in time; priority; antecedence; antecedency; anteriority; precedency
- The order of precedence of the laws applicable to the SE is clarified.
- It is ranked fifth in the order of precedence in the Norwegian honours system.
- He was placed first in order of precedence over Walter Leveson, his brother-in-law.
- Fair use rights take precedence over the author's interest.
- If there is a tie in points, goals take precedence over assists.
- Languages in paged ROM cartridges would take precedence over BASIC.
- It takes precedence over all other postnominals and medals.
- The only time his vote takes precedence is in the case of a tied vote in the Tie Break.
- The speaker also takes precedence over all people in Ghana except the President of Ghana and the Vice President.
- After the war's end, work there took precedence.
- The music immediately took precedence over everything else in their lives.
- Although the Nock locks were recognised as being superior, the need for standardisation took precedence.