use predefines in a sentence.
If Popper had read Hauser, and my comments, he would have known that Hauser does not claim that this moral grammar predefines the moral laws, on the contrary, these are left up to the cultures and societies to formulate based on their specific circumstances.
A company's definition of strategy is important, he said, because it predefines choices that will shape decisions and actions the company takes.
One Harvard corporate strategist writes that "a company's definition of strategy is important because it predefines choices that will shape decisions and actions the company takes".
An administrator predefines the metrics for measuring quality and for setting up alerts.
To resolve this dilemma, XML makes essentially two changes to HTML: • It predefines no tags.