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It’s not difficult to read that and argue that Barrett might have preconceived notions about the law’s constitutionality.
Curry’s quick release and off-ball gravity blew up preconceived notions about what was possible on the court.
It is therefore an obligation cast upon a writer to treat these preconceived notions with the utmost tenderness and respect.
The club was an experiment, and it must not start with preconceived plans; its life must be one of evolution.
THE LEAVEN IN A GREAT CITYLILLIAN WILLIAM BETTS
And he was afraid that a method preconceived would give him two points of view in a crisis—and two points of view meant wavering.
FLAPPERS AND PHILOSOPHERSF. SCOTT FITZGERALD
But Dorothy—Dorothy Dormouse, as he liked to call her—set these preconceived notions at defiance.
And the ancients looked out for facts to support some preconceived theory, from which they reasoned syllogistically.
They denied preconceived purposes and ridiculed final causes.
A man who approaches nature with a preconceived theory, about which his mind is already made up, is sure to miss the mark.
And, as if carrying out a long-preconceived plan, he slipped from the moving car and vanished in the crowd.

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