Worms and amphipods, along with other animals, use or bury the pellets, which Havens observed after preliminary experiments.
In a normal investigation it is customary to release a preliminary report as soon after the event as possible.
And preliminary reports suggest that thousands of irregularities have tainted the results.
Or anyone, at this point, as Judge Bailey made clear in issuing a preliminary ruling that the dog will stay with Vanatta for now.
On June 17, she was denied a request for a new judge for her preliminary defamation hearing.
She suddenly remembered about the medicine chest and gave a preliminary yell.
As a preliminary to acquiring it is he to be shut out from the society of his fellows?
He did not believe it possible for a river to go over a fall without some preliminary disturbance.
The first of these preliminary processes is that which is done by the sliver-lapper.
Here he submitted to a preliminary baptism, desiring to complete the ceremony with greater solemnity in Warsaw.
1660s, from French préliminaire and directly from Medieval Latin praeliminaris, from Latin prae- "before" (see pre-) + limen (genitive liminis) "threshold" (see limit (n.)). A word that arose in reference to negotiations to end the Thirty Years' War. Earliest attested form in English is preliminaries (n.), 1650s.