How to use Pre-release in a sentence

pre-release
  • Peter Clee decides... Few albums in 2005 have enjoyed more pre-release hype than this one from Pete Doherty's new outfit.

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  • However, according to the experts at Vermont Ski Safety, pre-release might not indicate a problem with your bindings.

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  • In many cases, it's the skier's faulty technique that is causing the bindings to pre-release.

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  • Vermont Ski Safety has some humorous descriptions of technique problems that may cause your bindings to pre-release.

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  • This can cause the ski bindings to pre-release.

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  • If you are certain that your pre-release issues are not caused by technique problems, and you feel confident about setting your own bindings, here's how it's done.

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  • While the desire to avoid pre-release is understandable, there are some unique problems associated with bindings that do not release.

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  • In contrast, an expert skier, or a skier who spends a good deal of time in powder will choose a higher setting, since a pre-release can cause injury on steep terrain or in deep snow.

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  • In this type of terrain, a binding pre-release can be dangerous.

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  • If the release happens too soon (which is sometimes called a pre-release) this, too, can cause injury, especially if you are in difficult terrain.

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  • Ever since it was originally unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2009, everyone has wondered when exactly is the Palm Pre release date.

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  • When it was unveiled to the world in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show, the Palm Pre release date was tentatively set as some time in 2009.

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  • For the time being, there has only been a Palm Pre release date in Canada through Bell Mobility.

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  • Office Accounting Express is currently a beta program, meaning it is a pre-release product subject to changes and further testing.

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