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Prefacer(n.) The writer of a preface. ...
Prefacing(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Preface ...
Prefatorial(a.) Prefatory. ...
Prefatorily(adv.) In a prefatory manner; by way of preface. ...
Prefatory(a.) Pertaining to, or of the nature of, a ...
Prefect(n.) A Roman officer who controlled or superintended a ...
Prefect(n.) A superintendent of a department who has control ...
Prefect(n.) In the Greek and Roman Catholic churches, a ...
Prefectorial(a.) Of or pertaining to a prefect. ...
Prefectship(n.) The office or jurisdiction of a prefect. ...
 
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