Just as no candidate spoke up in prior debates when audience members cheered executions and yelled, "Let him die!"
"She would travel with Sumner a lot," says a former insider who knew Zatorski prior to Viacom's split with CBS.
prior to her appointment in 1997, she served as U.S. representative to the United Nations.
"earlier," 1714, from Latin prior "former, previous, first;" figuratively "superior, better;" as a noun "forefather; superior rank;" comparative of Old Latin pri "before," from PIE *prai-, *prei-, from root *per- (1) "forward, through" (see per).
"superior officer of a religious house or order," late Old English, from Medieval Latin prior "superior officer," noun use of Latin adjective meaning "former, superior" (see prior (adj.)). As short for prior arrest, by 1990, American English.
An earlier conviction; previous: ''Any priors onhim?'' ''Dinged once, in Rapid City'' (1978+)