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1. These cave paintings predate any others which are known.
2. The major part of these changes predate 1981.
3. Many economic systems predate capitalism.
4. Stone knives predate bows and arrows.
5. Rather these are mental health problems which predate the onset of later life.
6. A strong concern about physical appearance seems to predate the development of anorexia nervosa.
7. It may predate larger animals as well as small mammals(sentence dictionary), with records of prey as large as juvenile foxes and roe deer.
8. These mammals predate certain eggs.
9. Cooling towers predate the nuclear age; a fact that may surprise many.
10. The origins of this theory actually predate widespread interest in 2012.
11. Indeed, this strand may well predate the anti - pollution effort.
12. Because of the risk of injury and the need to kill prey quickly, predators usually predate animals smaller than themselves.
13. The adhesion function of IgSF members is believed to predate their role in antigen recognition.
14. The earliest mention of them is found in early charr military tributes that predate the arrival of humans in the area.
15. Several non-commercial email games played on the Internet and BITNET predate these.
16. Cuneiform was the first known form of written language, but spoken language is believed to predate writing by tens of thousands of years at least.
17. As I drove to her house, I actually had a case of predate jitters!
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