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A prefatory chapter sets forth the object of the work, and the claims of the art.
If readers will be diligent, here, so far as needful, are the prefatory steps.
My first Lady-Bore—see how quickly I get to the matter in hand, without wasting so much as a single line in prefatory phrases!
In the prefatory chapter the author gives us some insight into the trials of his own mind.
Such a sentence as that—prefatory, but in the body of the text, and not in a formal preface—would have been impossible to Dickens.
FRENCH CLASSICSWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
This renders the prefatory remarks I have to make necessary.
Edited, with a prefatory memoir, by William Michael Rossetti.
Moleto's prefatory letter to Vita dell' Ammiraglio, April 25, 1571.
The foregoing thoughts are prefatory to the much-mooted question of Mr. Lincoln's religious belief.

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