pre-existent


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Adj.1.pre-existent - existing previously or before something; "variations on pre-existent musical themes"
antecedent - preceding in time or order
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pre-existent

[ˈpriːɪgˈzɪstənt] ADJpreexistente

pre-existent

adj (= existing before)vorher vorhanden or existent; (= of an earlier life)präexistent
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We will explore, for example, how Emirati artists respond to and reconcile the rapid urbanisation of their own city with the pre-existent cultural heritage.
This will be achieved by integrating the state-of-the-art methods in invertebrate morphology, molecular genetics, and computational analyses with incorporation of pre-existent and new ecological, anthropological and environmental metadata sustained by a multidisciplinary collaborative network.
The disease was common in Europe and North America until the beginning of the 20th century where, for a long time, it was suspected that noma was related to poverty, malnutrition and pre-existent childhood diseases.
Here Jesus uses the image to refer to himself as the pre-existent, representative figure who will return in cosmic glory This investigation has led me to believe that a contemporary interpretation of the phrase, consequently, could mean that Jesus was/is the "Cosmic One.
Jesus was an Essene Rabbi - part of their belief system was pre-existent and reincarnation.
dismisses form criticism while adopting the thesis that the Gospels contain eyewitness testimony in order to argue that Jesus was "conscious of possessing a glorified, pre-existent relationship with God" (98).
Indeed, tumor progression and metastasis, both in hereditary and sporadic PC, are mainly influenced by a variety of biochemical and immunemediated tumor microenvironmental conditions rather than by the hereditary genetic factors, thus gene expression associated with invasive ability representing a newly acquired genetic variant rather than a selection of pre-existent gene abnormalities in PC cells.
However, a grave shortcoming of this collection is that this claim is never defended beyond short references to the Timaeus's pre-existent matter, Aristotle's arguments for the eternity of the world, and the necessary nature of emanation in Plotinus.
The Christology influenced by such Judaism as Philo lacked a pre-existent Jesus.
The store merges two pre-existent architectonical volumes and integrates a pedestrian crossing by enclosing it between the two entrance doors.
Rather it is that the celebration of Easter itself had incorporated pre-existent and pre-Christian elements within itself.