predebate

predebate

(ˌpriːdɪˈbeɪt)
adj
occurring or produced before a given debate; of or pertaining to the period leading up to a given debate
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5) The predebate survey was conducted between September 19 and 22, 2008, and the postdebate survey was conducted between September 26 and 28, 2008.
During the predebate period marked by heightened media attention and by the candidates attempting to set debate expectations, it is typical for political pundits and journalists to speculate if the debates will be a "game changer," or, on the other hand, if the debates will even matter at all.
Debate Outline predebate, Upload debate items opening remarks, by due date.
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presidential debate rated the arguments made by their predebate favored candidates more highly than arguments disconfirming their predebate attitudes about their favored candidate.
ECHO readers can get involved by voting for and against the motion in a predebate poll.
El segmento de mercado de Roberto es ese PRI duro que cree en el, votan por el, y que lo quiere ver exigente; que lo quiere ver como es, no toda esa parte que yo considero un error de estrategia gravisimo de haber querido suavizar la imagen de Madrazo llamandolo ahora Roberto, donde nadie cree en esa suavizacion de imagen; donde el predebate fue manejado con la imagen de el Roberto conciliador, invitando a los otros a participar al debate, fue una campana publicitaria de dos semanas que contrasto con su lenguaje verbal en el mismo debate y, obviamente, su posicion y sus propuestas y el sentido como lo manifesto era realmente Madrazo no era la parte del Roberto que vimos hasta antes del debate".
The Washington Post's Lloyd Grove probed Lieberman's mother's predebate jitters the day before Lieberman and Cheney's head-to-head, and ABC's Good Morning America shone a soft spotlight on her care packages.
Nader said, and specified that it was an invitation to a predebate discussion and then a remote viewing of the debate in a separate hall.
Still, For the Population was approved in a 260-258 vote, thanks partly to the spirited rhetoric of Sussmuth, Bundestag president Wolfgang Thierse (SPD), and Haacke himself, who did some predebate caucusing.
The answer to that question presently hinges on arbitrary decision rules about what outcome measures are used and on what studies are included or excluded from the analysis, as acknowledged by Milton in her predebate discussion paper.
Al Gore had several predebate planning sessions with White House advisers, and his attacks on Perot flowed from their long-term strategy.