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Definition of Preplanning
1. preplan [v] - See also: preplan
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Literary usage of Preplanning
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. How to Recognize and Eliminate Silverfish, Beetles, Cockroaches, Moths by Thomas A. Parker (1991)
"preplanning Inspection personnel should be completely familiar with the layout of the facility. Floor plans are helpful for conducting inspections so that ..."
2. The Application of Efficiency Principles: By George H. Shepard by George Hugh Shepard (1917)
"The handling of the piece is about doubled by preplanning, marking, and cutting to plans, as compared to cutting without preplanning. On the other hand, ..."
3. Internet Posting of Chemical Worst Cast Scenarios: A Roadmap for Terrorists edited by Michael Bilirakis (1999)
"Because of this problem response agencies routinely engage in preplanning where they attempt to predict the sort of chemical accidents they will face at a ..."
4. Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment in Developing Countries by Prasad Modak, Asit K. Biswas (1999)
"184.108.40.206 preplanning preplanning includes communication of the scope of the programme and the issues of concern to the public, for example: • history of ..."