preinvasion

preinvasion

(ˌpriːɪnˈveɪʒən)
adj
occurring before an invasion
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The success of the attacks was, of course, one factor behind the preinvasion spike--but it was not the only one.
(5) Martinez Cobo 1987:379: <<Indigenous communities, peoples and nations are those which, having a historical continuity with preinvasion and pre-colonial societies that developed on their territories, consider themselves distinct from other sectors of the societies now prevailing in those territories, or parts of them.
The area under opium poppy cultivation increased 8 percent, from 74,000 hectares in 2002 to 80,000 hectares in 2003, rivaling the highest levels of opium cultivation in the preinvasion era (UNODC 2003a, 5).
2015 Paris attacks or Russia's preinvasion Ukrainian media campaign as justification for curbing certain freedoms.
Preinvasion Iraq was a Muslim state and they had a long war with Iran.
Furthermore, the limited number of wetlands with African jewelfish and the lack of preinvasion data on community structure limit our conclusions.
The modern interpretation of the term Indigenous includes self-identification, both at an individual and a community level, historical continuity with "preinvasion" and "precolonial" societies and is linked to traditional territories and surrounding natural resources [2, 6].
All of above the reasons only explain the stabilities and coexistence of postinvasion web, while there are few theoretical studies on whether and how an exotic species could invade the preinvasion web successfully through prevalent intraguild predation.
193, 215-17, 223-24 (2011) (discussing preinvasion planning with the Future of Iraq Project and occupation strategy, which was declassified after the invasion).
Trade between clans during the precolonial period was generally ceremonial rather than commercial and the routes of trade developed enabled the creation of the subsequent travel 'tracks' that have, via archaeological evidence, formed the basis of our contemporary understandings of preinvasion travel (Nicholson, 2007).
While Morris discounted the dissemination of blanket calls to the Palestinians to flee (there are no authentic records of any such broadcasts), he did assert that "during April-May (1948), more than 20 Arab villages were largely or completely evacuated because of orders by local Arab commanders, by Arab governments or by the Arab High Command, mostly for preinvasion military reasons." (3) In Haifa, once the Jews assumed control of the city, its mayor, Shabetai Levy, implored his Arab fellow townsmen to remain, but barring five to six thousand, they heeded the advice of their own dignitaries and headed off to Lebanon.
In the initial version of the comments (made in October 1945) there were two orders from Hitler via Himmler: a preinvasion verbal order (in his own words) "to remove Jews, women, men, and children, and communist functionaries," and an August 1941 order to kill (in Earl's words) "all Jews, without exception" (p.