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tr.v. pre·pend·ed, pre·pend·ing, pre·pends
To add or attach as a supplement to something at the beginning: prepended an introduction to the manuscript.

[pre- + -pend (as in append).]
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It basically is a way to classify your traffic upon ingress into a network, prepend a special tag and switch it through the core network until it reaches the egress device and the tag is stripped off.
The usual suspects (and a new victim) will once again be on hand to prognosticate, pontificate, and perorate about what they expect to find at NAB 2014 and to ponder, puzzle, and prepend about forward-looking trends in post-production with a Q&A session afterwards.
Marketers can edit content to append or prepend and customize how the post appears on Twitter and Facebook.