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- If they are as harsh in judging us as we are in judging our predecessors, then we will certainly be condemned.
- In this context comparisons to his great predecessor in office do not seem to me absurd.
- Very few composers in this period have wasted time in crowing over the internal contradictions of their predecessors.
- However, the manner in which his predecessors vacated the manager's office has left a bitter taste in some quarters.
- As such, she may be given the second chance denied to her predecessors.
- Goldie provides an interesting contrast with her predecessor when it comes to people skills.
- Our predecessors, as journalists and readers, were far less squeamish.
- Some might say the big screen, as much as anything else, contributed to his predecessor's downfall.
- Watching it all will be his predecessor, currently holed up in Australia, unable to get back home.
- Just over three years ago, one of Father Marvin's predecessors was assaulted by a woman demanding money.
- Her predecessor had apparently turned her office into a cosy front room, complete with a fireplace.
- When I started this job my predecessor left me a guide which I referred to constantly for the first few weeks.
- Critics say he is more militant than his predecessor.
- Harrigan's predecessors helped establish corporate governance as a force for change.
- Unlike the majority of their predecessors, the officials were on the whole rather fair.
- Yes, the current York City chairman and his predecessor are very different men.
- I also found out that my female predecessors were of pioneering stock.