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a priori

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha prioria pri‧o‧ri /ˌeɪ praɪˈɔːraɪ, ˌɑː priˈɔːriː/ adjective, adverb formal  RESULTusing previous experiences or facts to decide what the likely result or effect of something will bea posteriori a ruling made on a priori grounds
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