Examples of preexist in a Sentence
an advanced Mesoamerican civilization whose apex and collapse preexisted the arrival of Europeans by hundreds of years
Recent Examples of preexist from the Web
The link between purpose in life and walking speed remained after researchers further controlled for preexisting health conditions, depression and health behaviors.
The researchers skipped the need to make stem cells by using preexisting methods of converting one cell type directly into a different one.
The researchers did adjust their findings to control for preexisting health issues (as well as diet, smoking, and physical activity).
But part of the deal was rescinded when Rea was discovered to have a preexisting injury, and Castillo was returned to the Marlins.
Operations of the kind used against France in 2015 and the United States during the 2016 presidential election take advantage of preexisting tensions to drive political change.
Because while Senators Cruz and Lee provide an avenue for greater choice, the two senators say insurers would still be obligated to provide plans that meet the Obamacare guarantees, including provisions for preexisting conditions.
Stateside, two stores are opening today: one in Downtown Los Angeles and one in Miami's Design District (inside L.V.'s preexisting store there).
His multiple heart surgeries and hospitalizations rang up more than $3 million in bills, all of which were paid by my insurer ... Who came through my employer and was required to cover me, and could not deny him due to preexisting condition.
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