- An antecedent
is a preceding
event, condition, cause, phrase, or word. More specifically, it may refer
(behavioral psychology), the stimulus...
- follow their antecedents
, but sometimes
them, in which
case one is, technically, dealing
with postcedents instead
. The prefix...
pronouns, are usually
used without antecedents
. Relative pronouns
are used without antecedents
in free relative
clauses. Even third-person personal...
for Martin. Holland further proposes
that other historical antecedents
of series elements include
Hadrian's Wall (which becomes
are the life history
and previous convictions
of a defendant
in a criminal
case. They are colloquially known
as "previous convictions" (or...
- The seven deadly
sins, also known
as the capital vices
sins, is a grouping
and cl****ification of vices within Christian
- and abused
children". In Kluft, Richard
P. [9780880480826 Childhood antecedents
- Paz, author
of The Labyrinth
of Solitude. Mexican literature
has its antecedents
in the literatures
of the indigenous settlements
of Mesoamerica. The...
- scholarium, which roughly means
"community of teachers
and scholars". While antecedents
in Asia and Africa, the modern university system
- heritage, and she was raised
as a Catholic.[dead link] Her maternal antecedents
were "well known Irish Catholic
stalwarts" and her great-grandfather...