put ahead


Also found in: Idioms.
See: conduce
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
62m to win the shot put ahead of Jamaica's Danniel Thomas-Dodd (19.
Economics and prosperity must be put ahead of politics and red lines.
Licenses were slow to come by, and foreign businesses felt that US requests were put ahead of theirs.
That alone should be enough to ensure that the profits of Taiwan Mobile are not put ahead of net neutrality.
Their families mediated the matter and brought them back only to put ahead of the village council or panchayat.
The recent decision by French bank BNP Paribas to stop financing and investing in tobacco companies -- including producers, wholesalers and traders -- is just the latest sign that public health is finally being put ahead of commercial interests.
The recent decision by French bank BNP Paribas to stop financing and investing in tobacco companies - including producers, wholesalers, and traders - is just the latest sign that public health is finally being put ahead of commercial interests.
The recent decision by French bank BNP Paribas to stop financing and investingin tobacco companies - including producers, wholesalers, and traders - is just the latest sign that public health is finally being put ahead of commercial interests.
The recent decision by French bank BNP Paribas tostop financing and investingin tobacco companies including producers, wholesalers, and traders is just the latest sign that public health is finally being put ahead of commercial interests.
The Australian Border Force (ABF) strongly rejects claims by the CPSU that operational requirements have been put ahead of the health and safety of our officers on board Cape Class Patrol Boats.
The Palestinian problem needs one single Arab position, Sto be put ahead of all other regional conflicts.
Leaders in Houston and Harris County told residents to stay put ahead of the storm and have since defended those decisions - even as bayous spill into the streets in what might be the worst flood event the area has ever seen.