prereview

prereview

(ˌpriːrɪˈvjuː)
adj
of the period before review
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Ijin cantekin who agreed to prereview the paper prior to sending it.
Research Council members are willing to offer prereview assistance and limited telephone consultation to persons who would like help with their poster abstracts provided the abstract is received by Friday, June 3, 2011.
Instead, exterior signage programs should start with a prereview of all of the regulations that might hinder the project in the future.
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Plan prereview will give builders confidence that their plans comply and help them avoid costly postconstruction corrections.
Therefore, design requirements should allow prereview in the planning stage.
In a design review the preassessment consists of the agenda, prints, documents, participant prereview surveys, and actual participant preparation.
If a questionable e-mail is captured by the filter, MIMEsweeper uses its powerful Roles and Responsibilities functions to route the mail to an administrator or compliance officer for secure prereview.
But Phil says he isn't feeling pressured by rave prereviews of the releases.
Still, playwright Michele Lowe was upbeat post-perf and prereviews for the "Smell of the Kill" party March 26 at Jack Rose.