preordinance

Related to preordinance: predominance

preordinance

(priːˈɔːdɪnəns)
n
an ordinance established beforehand
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Rather than time points during one event (Soule et al., 2017), the present study collected data both preordinance and implementation.
[PM.sub.2.5] was 202.17 [+ or -] 97.89 (mean [+ or -] SD) at 1-month preordinance, 25.53 [+ or -] 14.18 at 1-month postordinance, 18.00 [+ or -] 8.43 at 3-month postordinance, and 10.77 [+ or -] 2.45 at 6-month postordinance.
During the preordinance data collection period, the number of burning cigarettes within each venue was recorded at 10-min intervals and used to estimate the number of burning tobacco products at any given time.
The mean daily number of SC transports during the preordinance outbreak period (7.1) was 17.8 times higher than that during the preoutbreak period (0.4).
0.4 (0-4) 5.5 (0-25) SC transports (range) Daily mean 0.9 (0-8.0) 9.5 (0-36.9) percentage of all ambulance transports that were SC transports (range) Investigation period Outbreak period Epidemiologic parameter Preordinance Postordinance Dates Jul 15, 2015- Nov 11,2015- Nov 10, 2015 Mar 15, 2016 No.
property's preordinance use unhindered; like the landmarks law,
if, on the other hand, his motives are virtuous, "preferring chiefly the honor of God" and "compassion of poore Infidels captived by the devill," then he "may hope, or rather confidently repose in the preordinance of God" (PN, 680).
During the 1-month preordinance testing, __ of the venues were in the "good" range of the U.S.