They predate anything I've ever seen before.
Yoga origins predate Hinduism by literally thousands of years.
They predate Christianity and are tied with some pagan art, but are also incorporated in Christian artwork and architecture.
Smith predate both the Twilight and Southern Vampire Mysteries, the success of both contributed to the production of the CW's gothic drama.
Crosses: Celtic crosses predate the Christian cross by nearly 2000 years, and carry quite a different meaning.
Both of these predate the tap dance steps we know today, and also follow the same theme of movement through self-made percussion.
predate on aphids, are especially welcome in gardens.
predate the rock era by many years.
Have any Asscher ring appraised, especially any antique rings that predate World War II which do not have logo inscriptions, to confirm the ring's authenticity and price value.
predate the arrival of Elvis, Bill Haley et al.
One exception to the normal rule that separate property must predate the marriage: separate property also includes gifts or inheritances received during the marriage.
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