Without that precondition, nothing else would happen.
The grants provide the precondition to jump start the manufacturing.
Variation is an essential precondition that makes evolution possible, but does not make it happen.
Across the country, graft was a precondition of doing business.
Moreover, anxiety as a precondition of the maternal experience had not yet been invented.
It is a precondition that a physical theory is to begin with logically consistent and then empirically inconsistent.
Recognizing this is the precondition for working together.
And while their arrogance and greed were certainly a necessary precondition of the crisis, they were not in any way sufficient.
The domestic precondition for these new foreign-policy goals must be, of course, putting our economic house in order.
The key precondition for this sort of marketplace is the presence of rudimentary secular values.
British Dictionary definitions for precondition
a necessary or required condition; prerequisite
(transitive) (psychol) to present successively two stimuli to (an organism) without reinforcement so that they become associated; if a response is then conditioned to the second stimulus on its own, the same response will be evoked by the first stimulus