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1. A good training course will pre-empt many problems.
2. You can pre-empt pain by taking a painkiller at the first warning sign.
3. I do not want to pre-empt anything that the treasurer is going to say.
4. Nu decided to pre-empt any coup by offering to propose to parliament that Ne Win should take over as Prime Minister.
5. Beijing's apparent effort to pre-empt criticism from nationalist Internet users has resulted in a radicalization of Chinese diplomacy that might undercut China's global clout.
6. The police's ability to pre-empt trouble is hampered because they cannot obtain intercept warrants to gather intelligence for public order matters.
7. "We want to pre-empt any auction of Gandhi items in the future by making it known that selling or buying these heritage articles is illegal, " the official was quoted as saying.
8. We won't pre-empt the outcome, but safety will be our main concern in making decisions.
9. The minister held a press conference in order to pre-empt criticism in the newspapers.
10. He may oppose this measure but he should not pre-empt the results of the environmental assessment.
11. Probably the putsch of 30 September 1965 was intended to pre-empt the power struggle which must ensue when the president died.
12. The industry howls, then writes its own code to pre-empt any that could change its marketing practices.
13. And above all, it means that the government can not, in private, pre-empt consensus.
14. As a matter of strict law, party elections can neither preclude nor pre-empt the prerogative of choice.
15. We should also be very suspicious of any codification project which attempts to pre-empt or disguise the irreducibly dispositive element in decision-making.
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16. Beinga good judge of character, understanding human interaction, being ableto see past the here and now to pre-empt later problems, all of thishelps you keep your sanity.
17. I self-monitor and watch out for early changes in my mood and thinking, to try to pre-empt the worst of an episode.
18. Depositors would rush to get their savings out of the country to pre-empt a forced conversion to a new, weaker currency.
19. There's certainly a reason that the U.S. government called allies to warn of forthcoming WikiLeaks launches and pre-empt the damage.
20. But the ease with which the militants struck raised tough questions about who was helping them, and why the country's security services had failed to pre-empt the attack.
21. In the event of a crisis, one nation's leader might launch a first strike to pre-empt an anticipated first strike by some other nation's leader.
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