preplace

preplace

(priːˈpleɪs)
vb (tr)
to place or secure in advance
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Third, the United States could take the initiative to preplace malware on their adversaries' critical infrastructure as a means of holding cyber terrain at risk.
Technology is great and is there to help us do our work better, but not there to preplace human talent.
To aid in placement and positioning, surgeons frequently preplace transfascial sutures prior to mesh introduction.
There is an impressive, original, stone Preplace in the dining room.
At those times, terrorists may be able to preplace equipment, tools, or devices.
* Preplace pads in beds, so you can simply transfer and roll
Given a place (transition) p(t), the elements in its preset are called the pretransitions (preplaces) of p(t); otherwise, they are named as posttransitions (postplaces).