immediately prior to

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  • Many parties are established immediately prior to an election and most are very short-lived.
  • Immediately prior to the match itself came the opening ceremony for the final.
  • The song was performed immediately prior to the winner of the show being announced.
  • The new contract was signed by the former governing body immediately prior to new elections.
  • A six week program is run for these students immediately prior to the exams.
  • The set used immediately prior to the light-blue-and-white set was orange, black and dark green in color.
  • This can include a number of different steps, some prior to transport, others immediately prior to consumption.
  • Officer nominations take place during the two meetings immediately prior to elections.
  • The novel was set immediately prior to the events of Generations.
  • Rain had fallen immediately prior to the race start leaving the track wet but would not rain during the race.
  • Every audience member is asked to bring a question and those chosen are informed immediately prior to filming.
  • The series is set in the years immediately prior to the events of Dune.
  • Immediately prior to that, he had been a law student, and he chose to not complete the studies for the law degree.
  • Picking immediately prior to the wet/growth season may also damage new shoots.
  • Immediately prior to the capture, most of the young and middle-aged males fled the town.
  • Unfortunately this was introduced immediately prior to a sharp rise in fuel prices.
  • Immediately prior to her call to the Primary general presidency she was a member of the Primary general board.
  • The level rose approximately two meters in the ten years immediately prior to 2004.
  • The events in the play are thus set immediately prior to Eugene beginning his career in earnest.
  • He was attempting to set up charter services in Miami immediately prior to the war.
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