Authors ' initials should precede their names; journal title abbreviations should conform to the style of the American Physical Society.
When only allele symbols are displayed an asterisk should precede them.
A ring around the moon is caused by the high altitude cirrus clouds which precede low pressure systems bearing moisture.
EW preparations will normally precede, but may take place concurrent with, sea, ground, and air operations.
In this case an NAMIDE record should precede the first amino-acid of the cyclic peptide, in the listing in the PDB input file.
Such critical acclaim burbling from the highest echelons of government can only precede something positive.
These relations, tho their contents are largely intangible, precede any legal rights or justification accorded to human beings.
Adjectives are a little more straightforward, since they normally precede the noun they modify.
Note however that the FZC orbitals must precede the orbitals permitted variable occupancy in the active list.
For example, a more restricted parking permit scheme could precede a phased introduction of parking charges.
Lots of network management " scanners " will precede a scan using a special ping packet.
Assume that the parser does n't allow anything to precede the verb.
The period of tension which will generally precede an outbreak of hostilities should allow time for the preparation of detailed plans.
The 2007 conference will immediately precede the Mersey River Festival, which is due to take place from 15th to 18th June.
Beautiful sunny autumn days precede a cold and often snowy winter.
Adverbs qualifying a noun, precede it: e.g. Roma Ã¨ una cittÃ molto viva = Rome is a very lively city.