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  • They have a long and complex pre-history in earlier Japanese art.
  • This year's show did not feature a thirty-minute pre-show unlike previous events.
  • Cover art was commissioned and pre-orders were taken, but it never arrived.
  • Mining of stone and metal has been done since pre-historic times.
  • Pre-order is a special case of this.
  • Magnetism as a property of matter has been known since pre-historic times.
  • Thus, very little of the nature of the pre-contact vegetation is known.
  • This work has been described as an outstanding instance of pre-19th century program music.
  • In its pre-development state, the river transported some per year.
  • Ericsson's services cover live and pre-recorded, commercial and public service television.
  • Energy production from tidal power is still in a pre-commercial stage.
  • These rights were conferred a long time ago, pre-dating most written records.
  • One by one, the members of the pre-crash band have left, been forced out, or have died.
  • The British came back to the concept in the pre-Second World War era.
  • The team often also uses the horn during its pre-game ceremonies.
  • These frequently hold pre-meetings of their European Council members, prior to its meetings.
  • There are only very limited records from pre-Christian times written in Celtic languages.
  • The college has a strong liberal arts core, but also offers several pre-professional programs and some graduate programs.
  • In this scenario, players begin with a pre-placed settlement on a main island.
  • Pre-season competitions in southern Australia usually begin in late February.
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