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pre·de·ter·mine

 (prē′dĭ-tûr′mĭn)
v. pre·de·ter·mined, pre·de·ter·min·ing, pre·de·ter·mines
v.tr.
1. To determine, decide, or establish in advance: "These factors predetermine to a large extent the outcome" (Jessica Mitford).
2. To influence or sway toward an action or opinion; predispose.
v.intr.
To determine or decide something in advance.

pre′de·ter′mi·nate (-mə-nĭt) adj.
pre′de·ter′mi·na′tion n.

predetermined

(ˌpriːdɪˈtɜːmɪnd)
adj
determined beforehandinfluenced or inclined towards an opinion beforehand; biased
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Adj.1.predetermined - set in advance; "a preset plan of action"; "at a predetermined time"
planned - designed or carried out according to a plan; "the planned outlays for new equipment"

predetermined

adjective
2. prearranged, set, agreed, set up, settled, fixed, cut and dried (informal), preplanned, decided beforehand, arranged in advance The capsules release the drug at a predetermined time.
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predetermined

[ˌpriːdɪˈtɜːrmɪnd] adjprédéterminé(e)

predetermined

adj (= prearranged) outcomeverabredet, im Voraus festgelegt; sizevorgegeben; positionvorherbestimmt; for a predetermined periodfür einen vorherbestimmten Zeitabschnitt; at predetermined timeszu (vorher) festgesetzten Zeiten
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There is a rich, unintended irony about the "American Indians and White People" article in that while Wax and Thomas decry white interference in American Indian lives to create certain reactions or outcomes as culturally aggressive and jarring, they openly extol the virtue of interfering and experimenting with their workshop students to arrive at predeterminedly acceptable modes of student behavior and reaction.
When you consider that Les Miserables is one of the longest-running musicals on the West End and Broadway and is almost entirely operatic, and The Phantom of the Opera, which is by nature and title predeterminedly operatic, there is no reason why, if handled sensibly, operas could not achieve some of the success of these musicals.
But this free speech can never be free in that it always enforces a particular ideology that is predeterminedly prioritized by existing power relations, the economic structures that act in concert with them, and the history that created them.