preinaugural

preinaugural

(ˌpriːɪnˈɔːɡjʊrəl)
adj
occurring before an inauguration
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Con un evento preinaugural notoriamente desorganizado--recorrido galeristico por varias zonas de la Ciudad de Mexico--, con una oferta ferial en la que escasearon galerias de relevancia global y, sobre todo, distinguido por su mediocridad estetica, se inauguro el pasado 5 de febrero la undecima edicion de la feria internacional Zona Maco Mexico Arte Contemporaneo en el Distrito Federal.
More specifically, his scene-setting first budget was powerfully influenced by a preinaugural meeting with Greenspan, when the Fed chair advanced the same bargain he had offered Bush: if the administration would commit the government to substantial deficit reduction, the Fed would cooperate in driving down interest rates (Weatherford and McDonnell 1996; Woodward 1994).
Manlio Argueta visito el pais invitado por la Secretaria de Estado de Cultura para dictar una conferencia sobre el arte de la novela, como parte del Ciclo Preinaugural de la Feria del Libro.
This year's festival was unusual in that it seemed to have two parts--the preinaugural and the postinaugural.
s "I Have a Dream" speech and President Barack Obama's preinaugural celebration - all held at the Lincoln Memorial.
Most Bolivians don't wear a tie, and I'm part of this majority," said Morales, who wore the same striped chompa to meet presidents and royalty on his preinaugural world tour.
A noteworthy example of this was how Aon brokered everything to do with the Bush presidential inauguration festivities, from many gala parties, concerts and other preinaugural events to the inauguration itself.
When Sebelius took office early in 2003, Keleher had asked that a preinaugural interfaith service be moved from Assumption Parish in Topeka, which the governor attends, to another site, but it was not.
In fact, the gap of 8 percentage points between the predicted and adjusted scores is only one point smaller than the difference in the Gallup second-term preinaugural job approval ratings for Johnson and Clinton (Gallup Organization 1998, 15).
At the preinaugural Little Rock economic summit, ABA president Brandon assured Clinton that bankers would selflessly provide at least $86 billion in new loans if he first would loosen their regulatory straitjacket.
The Bush Administration pursued a commitment to hold parallel environmental negotiations with Mexico rather than integrate specific environmental provisions directly into the text of NAFTA and President Clinton essentially adopted this position in preinaugural talks with President Salinas.
At this early point in his presidency, Kennedy's objectives were basically the same as they had been during the campaign and preinaugural transition; with the exception of the Nixon debate fiasco, neither the president nor his advisors had advocated an alternative strategy toward Cuba.