Examples of predate in a Sentence
modes of transportation that predate the car
the native people who predated European settlers in America
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In an interview, Compass, 59, said that all of Delgado's hiring of New Orleans officers with troubled records predated his arrival.
The governor’s push for new internet laws is also predated by a bill introduced in October by state Senator Todd Kaminsky of Long Island, and one in the State Assembly, which would add digital political communications to disclosure laws.
The third being the one on Ahch-To, which is presumably not one of the two trees from Coruscant, given both its size — although, who knows how quickly space trees grow? — and the fact that the Ahch-To temple predates the Coruscant temple.
Opposition to the Ex-Im bank predates Trump’s political ascendance, and the failure to confirm directors for its board has stifled the bank’s normal operations for more than two years.
Many of them are from the five thousand years predating this Georgian site, a period after crops had been domesticated and permanent settlements had been established but before pottery had been invented.
As his visit to the museum showed, the dream of rejuvenation predated the election of Donald Trump.
Discussions predated the Lawrence Timmons saga, but Timmons’ indefinite suspension might have convinced Mike Tannenbaum to pull the trigger.
Parts of the house likely predated the Civil War, and the property may have been as many as three houses that were joined over time.
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