Examples of preexist in a Sentence
an advanced Mesoamerican civilization whose apex and collapse preexisted the arrival of Europeans by hundreds of years
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Avoiding such scenarios under Obamacare meant penalizing Americans who didn’t buy insurance and forcing insurers to accept customers regardless of preexisting conditions, among other rules.
Despite uncertainty cast over the rule, the current regulation and state's preexisting guidance on coal ash pit closures say they must be done in a way that protects public health and the environment.
Setiawan, who is a senior author on one of those studies, says that coffee drinking is associated with many other lifestyle factors that could also play a role in longevity, such as diet, exercise and preexisting health conditions.
Finding a way to ensure that poor residents reap the benefits of mixed-income aims — without devastating preexisting communities like Thomas’ — has largely eluded planners.
Where most collabs stick to new spins on preexisting products, the partnership is a lineup of new products revolving around Hadid's world-traveling lifestyle.
The hearing was about coverage for preexisting health conditions and the potential effects of defunding Obamacare.
Neinas, one of the first coaching search consultants, assisted the searches at Maryland and Virginia in 2015, but that was because of preexisting relationships.
That effort — as well as proposals that would allow insurance companies to bring back lifetime caps or make rates unaffordable for patients like Payne with preexisting conditions — has added fuel to her fire to make a difference through politics.
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