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The gathering of Israel and the establishment of an earthly Zion are to be effected, preparatory to His coming.

The Articles of FaithJames E. Talmage

Were going to make a big attempt, replied Mr. Glassford, removing his coat, preparatory to hard work.

An embargo, as preparatory to war, presupposes some new and hidden danger, not known to the mercantile community.

I too, am glad, that during the six years of your preparatory training, destiny's messenger—love—has guided you so wisely.

Solaris FarmMilan C. Edson

In standing, preparatory to the dive, the knees should be slightly bent, so that the spring comes from the bended knees and toes.

Swimming Scientifically TaughtFrank Eugen Dalton and Louis C. Dalton

Its owners had already begun to busy themselves with “Auntie” preparatory to taking flight.

Obviously his preparatory school had failed singularly to keep level with the times.

He considers it indeed "highly probable that the preparatory sign of a new spot is always a small, bright patch of facula."

Mr. Prince, in his account of this undertaking, gives an idea of the thoroughness of his preparatory work.

Also, like Mohammed, he had a period of preparatory solitude.

The Romance of the ReaperHerbert Newton Casson

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