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precedent rate
(Noun) A previous legal decision that applies to the current circumstances.
Usage: From A Man for All Seasons:
The Duke of Norfolk: "Thomas, that would be a miracle!"
Thomas More, formerly Lord Chancellor: "There are precedents."

precedent rate
(Noun) Something that establishes a course of action for similar scenarios in the future; an established way of doing things based in tradition, habit, or consistency.
precedent rate
(Noun) something that happened in the past
Usage: When trying to settle the case, the judge will look to the past precedents to determine his opinion.

Precedent rate
(Noun) It never happened before, so there is nothing to compare something to.
precedent rate
allows others to do thing based upon past
precedent rate
a new coming of things, like this law will be a new found precedent
Usage: this new law will set a new precedent in America

precedent rate
(Noun) A predetermined condition or basis for doing things, based on what has previously been done.
precedent rate
something done in the past that makes future action ok
Usage: a precedent has been set

precedent rate
(Noun) established way of doing things
precedent rate
(Noun) a standard
precedent rate
making a point, example
Usage: Setting a precedent

precedent rate
(Noun) something that sets a standard

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