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Maybe, he hopes, acting well onstage will serve as a prelude to acting better in real life.
Morell emphasized that SolarWinds appears to have "just" been espionage and not, apparently, some type of prelude to destruction.
THE UNCOMFORTABLE REALITY OF AMERICAN CYBER ESPIONAGEZACH DORFMAN OF THE ASPEN INSTITUTEJANUARY 27, 2021AXIOS
It was a prelude for Brooks, and by the time he got to his microphone, my imagination was primed.
THE HEALING POWER OF GARTH BROOKSPHILIP ELLIOTTJANUARY 21, 2021TIME
It felt like a prelude, a 26-year-old entering the mastery phase of stardom.
Perhaps as a prelude to this attempt, researchers just published a number of new studies about the geochemistry of Bennu today in the journals Science and Science Advances, providing some of the biggest revelations to date.
It may indicate that the Kremlin sees the current intensive confrontation … as a prelude to an inevitable conflict.
A full, busy youth is your only prelude to a self-contained and independent age; and the muff inevitably develops into a bore.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
A trifling dispute with which his reign began was the prelude to very serious events.
BELGIUMGEORGE W. T. (GEORGE WILLIAM THOMSON) OMOND
And so, with this prelude, I may as well tell without more delay what evil fortune was in store for us.
THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
Is it not possible that Chopin may have afterwards substituted the new Prelude for one of those already forwarded to France?

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