Precedence-based reasoning is everywhere in life.
Only when an idea inches toward reality do the details of executing it take precedence.
The relation of precedence, in contrast, is not something that has any obvious location.
For example, polio vaccinations take precedence over healthcare for more fatal diseases like malaria.
One factor can overwhelm precedence and power: critical mass.
In terms of social cachet and temporal precedence, bicyclists are worse off than everyone else.
Control precedence involves interrupting competing processes, preempting access—in memory, inference, perception, etc.
Buckland said: “With staff absences and courts already impacted, we have to prioritise which types of hearing take precedence.
Pope Damasus I in Rome appears to have accepted the creed but not the canons, at least not the canon upon the precedence of Constantinople.
Funnelling investments through banks that toed the government line allowed political considerations to take precedence over risk assessment.
At all events, factional interests took precedence over those of the party in a way that its members, and the voters, will not easily forget.
But the judgement directed the Dubrovnik court to ask UK authorities for a European Arrest Warrant, which would take precedence over Monaco's request.
Elate claims on its website that it strives to make its products “as organic as possible”, but that Fairtrade takes precedence over organic ingredients.
Even if a scholar could prove the chronological precedence of magical incantations to prayer—which has thus far not been done—he would be derelict in his scholarly duty if he saw in such a precedence the only explanation of prayer.
In a statement released about his change, he said, "Any successful elected executive knows that real results are more important than partisan battles and that good ideas should take precedence over rigid adherence to any particular political ideology."
In sum, then, rather than giving precedence to doctrine- or practice-based accounts of religion, we might suppose that these accounts will themselves come fully into focus only when they are combined with an appreciation of the phenomenology of religion.
Governing the flow of goods and services between the UK’s four constituent nations, the bill stipulates it takes precedence where it contradicts elements of the withdrawal agreement, and the British government has admitted that would break international law.
These rules will be deemed incorporated in each competition except to the extent that any specific instruction in a competition (hereafter called the 'competition instructions') provides otherwise, in which case the competition instructions shall take precedence.
The Peerage of the United Kingdom, which originated in feudal times, still operates in the main along the principle of "male primogeniture" - ie sons, nephews and uncles take precedence over daughters, nieces and aunts when the title is passed on to the next generation.
Although lordly vassals might conventionally be referred to as “princes,” the title of prince was not official in France until the 15th century, when members of the royal house came to be distinguished as “princes of the blood” (princes du sang) with specified rights of precedence; in 1711 they were granted precedence absolutely.
- status established in order of importance or urgency
Example: ...its precedence as the world's leading manufacturer of pharmaceuticals
- preceding in time
- the act of preceding in time or order or rank (as in a ceremony)
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Although lordly vassals might conventionally be referred to as princes the title of prince was not official in France until the 15th century when members of the royal house came to be distinguished as princes of the blood princes du sang with specified rights of precedence in 1711 they were granted precedence absolutely