JV575 (Preempt and Sanction)

JV575 (Preempt and Sanction)
PREEMPT (verb) 1. to prevent someone from doing something by doing it first, or by doing something else that would make it impossible or unnecessary for the other person to do what he intended; 2. to take the place of something less important – to do or say something before someone so that you make …

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24 April 2014
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