Precessor

Pre`ces´sor


n.1.A predecessor.
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Sakari Oramo continues his exploration of Vaughan Williams with the 'Masque for dancing' Job on December 5 and 6 promising to show off Symphony Hall's newly-installed organ to good effect (the CBSO will already have given this a thorough examination on November 14, with Oramo conducting the Organ Symphony by Saint-Saens, a favourite work of his precessor Louis Fremaux).
ENGLAND coach Clive Woodward has given the Prince of Centres, Jerry Guscott, the throne his precessor Jack Rowell denied him.
Paul Hedman, his precessor will be missed, and we wish him the best of luck on his future endeavors.
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Guests included the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Birmingham, Coun Mike Sharpe and his wife Thelma, and one of his precessors, Sir Bernard Zissman.
These special factors occurred since zinc-coated sheet steel and advanced high-strength steels (AHSS) were introduced in the automotive field, meaning carbody panels to be protected better against rust and being stronger and thinner than their non-coated precessors.
This change, an addition to the sonar's operating with the SDF format, permits the operator to select either variey of software precessors for mosaics and other post-survey analyses.
This system software was originally designed for 16-bit precessors from Intel, namely, the 8088 and the 8086.
Whereas previous Secretaries of Commerce and Labor had viewed Ellis Island as an administrative headache, Straus took greater interest in immigration than his precessors and gave full support to the views of the new commissioner.
It's the first true real-time, object-oriented system that features multiple PowerPC precessors, true pre-emptive multitasking, an integrated database, fast I/O, and a wide range of expansion options--all at an extremely affordable price.