prelect


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Related to prelect: reposed, stirred up, reacquainted, implores
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While the article 3 prelects that "denomination is the name used by the cooperative and joint-stock company, and optionally by the associations limited by shares".
We have heavily invested in promoting the Aid for Trade initiative in LAC through a range of prelects and initiatives, including supporting countries in the negotiation, implementation and administration of trade agreements; strengthening trade and investment promoting institutions; fostering private sector development for trade, in particular small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); and enhancing economic competitiveness and regional economic integration.
The first two possibilities correspond to the performing and receiving end respectively of the aural modality, the former as prelector or public reader from a written text, and the latter as listener of a prelected text.