Predated sentence example

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  • Nothing new under the sun - this machine evidently predated the recent craze for folding micro scooters!

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  • In the other field the geophysical survey indicated the presence of a couple of features which predated the historic field pattern.

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  • The antagonism predated the series pilot; it seems that he had never had much use for Paris, whose frivolous attitude and privileged background no doubt rubbed the future equivalent of the scholarship student the wrong way.

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  • It led to the last apocalyptic age that predated my predecessor here.  It was not a good time, Rhyn.  I'm hoping I can calm the waters down.

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  • There is some evidence that they are quite heavily predated by spiders and other generalist predators.

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  • Although the original song predated downloads, it is also now available online.

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  • Others believe neither song should ever have been copyrighted, considering the melody was so similar to songs that predated it and the lyrics were made up by kindergarteners who never got a chance to make a claim on the song.

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  • Wells' The War of the Worlds, predated the invention of the laser.

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