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immediately noticeable; something that is prominent is very noticeable or is an important part of something else; conspicuous; widely known; eminent; noticeable at once; sticking out
if someone or something is in a position of prominence, they are well-known; the quality or condition of being prominent; something prominent, especially an area of land raised above its surroundings
Astronomy:.a tongue like cloud of flaming gas rising from the Sun's surface, visible as part of the corona during a total solar eclipse

providence is God, which is believed to arrange the things (Revelation 10:6) that happen to us (the woman regarded her life as one of divine providence, that is, that God was with her even when she didn't think so:.Hebrews 13:5 "...I will never leave you, nor forsake you."); providence is a providing; care or preparation in advance; foresight; providence is often capitalized as in Divine Providence, Divine Guidance; providence or care; the Creator, the power sustaining and guiding human destiny; the quality or state of being provident 
providing for future needs or events; making provision for the future; prudent; frugal, saving 

of or resulting from divine.providence; happening as if through divine intervention; opportune; happy

nearest; situated close to; proximate
the quality or state of being proximate; closeness
closely related in space, time or order; very near; approximate

an elevated platform or high reading desk used in preaching or conducting a worship service; the preaching profession; a preaching position 

in scripture; generally refers to the ancient.polytheistic peoples because of their satanically motivated worship of images made with men's hands out of wood, stone, metal, etc. and such as the ridiculous.idol.baphomet that represented selfish evil desires held in mind, thus, being their idols, to whom they often sacrificed people, especially children and this has carried on till today; a pagan is also referred to as one lacking a high consciousness spirituality and/or decent.religion; a hedonist; a heathen
not Christian, Moslem or of Judah; professing no religion; heathen
paganish customs that people adhere to because they are uncaring about what the good, true and only God of creation wants for all:.John 10:10

the relationship of aspects of a subject to each other and to a whole (a perspective of history; a need to view the problem in the proper perspective); subjective evaluation of relative.significance; the ability to perceive things in their actual interrelationships or comparative importance (tried to keep my perspective when issues came along that had to be dealt with); a view or vista; a mental view or outlook; the appearance of objects in depth as perceived by normal binocular vision; a point of view (the perspective of the displaced homemaker)
of, relating to, seen or represented in perspective

perpetrate, perpetrated, perpetrating, perpetrates.transitive verbs
to bring about.something.usually of negativity; if someone perpetrates something, they do it; to do something evil, offensive or criminal; to be responsible for; commit (perpetrate a crime; perpetrate a practical joke)
an individual who perpetrates 

natural tendency or inclination; a predilection; a propensity to do something or a propensity for something is a natural tendency to behave in a particular way (she has a propensity to put off decisions at the last minute and oftentimes to just forget about them); date 1500-1600 A.D. from 'propense' meaning 'inclined', from the Latin 'propensus', past participle of 'propendere' meaning 'to be inclined'

purport, purported, purporting, purports.transitive verbs
to claim to be, to know or do something.even if if it wasn't true (they purported the fossil to be thousands of years older than it actually was); if you say that someone or something purports to do or be a particular thing, you mean that they claim to do or be that thing, although you may not beiieve that claim; to give the appearance of, especially.falsely, of being or intending; assumed to be such; supposed; to profess.or claim as its meaning (selfish behavior that purports to be altruistic); to have the intention of doing; purpose
presented, intended, implied or inferred; intention; purpose
assumed to be such; supposed-(the purported author of the story)

peculate, peculated, peculating, peculates.transitive.and intransitive verbs
to steal or misuse; embezzle
the act of peculating; embezzlement 
one who peculates; embezzler

word means 'love of knowledge' (from 'phil' meaning 'love', 'affinity' and 'sophia' meaning 'knowledge'); inquiry into the nature of things based on logical reasoning rather than empirical methods (learn from others, how now is it they look at life and what may have changed that they think differently than before?); a particular.system of principles for the conduct of life; a system of motivating.concepts or principles (the philosophy of a culture; the sales pitches or tricks of the dark side); a basic.theory; a viewpoint (an original philosophy of advertising); the system of values by which one lives (the two sides of life available for choice)

philosophical also philosophic.adjectives
of, relating.to.or.based on a system of philosophy; characteristic of a philosopher, as in equanimity, enlightenment and wisdom

a student of or specialist in philosophy

in a photogenic manner 
artistically suitable for being photographed (from all angles the pictures of her showed exquisite beauty)

plunder, plundered, plundering, plunders.verbs
transitive use-to take property by fraud or force-(many countries consistently experience the result of governments at most levels within their land stripping them of wealth, property and rights, by means of.deceitful.methods.initiated mostly to obviate control by We the People whose particular nation and its wealth belongs solely to them, thus putting the country into the hands of those using such methods to grab and keep all they can for their gang, which gang appears to be mostly controlled from beyond national borders; plunder is done mostly today through tweaked and elaborately.contrived.fifth column movements, where countries are being beguiled of their sovereignty; American Indians were plundered by the U.S. Army, not the good and honest army people, but the cabal controlled ones); plunder is to seize wrongfully or by force of the cabal who believes taht "we are the government often elected by you but, you have no say"); plunder is to steal; rapine; to rob of goods by force and/or by master plans and policies of subjugation
intransitive use-to take booty; rob
property stolen by fraud or force; booty; the act or practice of plundering
plunderable, plunderous.adjectives

an act or instance that may be used as an example in dealing with subsequent.similar.instances, for example, Common Law is based on unalienable.rights from God and come with the creation of a baby when birthed by its mother to planet Earth and based on precedent, that is, the decisions as recorded throughout history made by Common Law court gatherings; priority (those applications arriving first will receive precedence
precedencealso precedency.noun
superiority; preceding in time order or importance; the fact, state or right of preceding; dealt with first
take precedence over
take priority over; outweigh, prevail over, come before; more important than another consideration at this time

precipitate, precipitated, precipitating, precipitates.transitive verbs 
if something precipitates an event or situation, it causes it to happen suddenly or sooner than would normally be expected; to make something serious happen suddenly or more quickly; hasten; bring on; to cause to happen; hasten; hurl downward; rash
precipitateness.noun.(words ending in 'ess' are usually without pluralization - adding an 'es' making '...esses' is clumsy)

a headlong fall or rush; abrupt or impulsive.haste; hastening or an acceleration, especially one that is sudden or unexpected (he is responsible for the precipitation of his future)
Meteorology:.any form of water, such as rain, snow, sleet or hail, that falls to the Earth's surface; the quantity of such water falling in a specific area within a specific period
Chemistry:.the process of separating a substance from a solution as a solid

showy; ostentatious; pompous; claiming or demanding a position of distinction or merit, especially when unjustified; making or marked by an extravagant outward show; if you say that someone or something is pretentious, you mean that they try to seem important or significant, but you do not think that they are; if someone or something is pretentious, they try to seem more important, intelligent or high class than they really are in order to be impressive

the act of pretending; a false appearance or action intended to deceive; an affectation (a pretense of nonchalance; a professed but feigned.reason or excuse; a pretext (under false pretenses); something imagined or pretended; mere show without reality; outward appearance; a right asserted with or without foundation; a claim; the quality or state of being.pretentious; ostentation

a specious.allegation; a pretense; a pretext; a claim to something, such as a privilege or right; ostentatious display; pretentiousness

pretend, pretended, pretending, pretends.verbs
transitive verb use.to give an appearance of, either for positive or negative.reasons; to fake; feign (they have to pretend caring for others in order to surreptitiously steal from them); to claim or allege insincerely or falsely; profess (doesn't pretend to be an expert, she is one); to represent fictitiously in play; make believe (pretended they were on a cruise)
intransitive verb use.to feign an action or a character, as in play; to make pretensions.(pretends to gourmet tastes
imitation; make believe (pretend money; pretend pearls)
one who simulates, pretends or alleges.falsely; a hypocrite or dissembler

first in time or order, rank, quality or importance; chief; primary is used to describe something that occurs first (primary colors; primary education involves learning grammar, reading, writing and arithmetic, when a child first attends to schooling, be it home or public); a primary or a primary election is an election in an American state in which people vote for someone to become a candidate for a political office
being first in time; original; primeval; of first importance
primality.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)

belonging to the first or earliest age or ages; original or ancient (a primeval forest)

at first; in the first instance; in the first place; principally

prior to or preparing for the main matter, action or business; introductory or prefatory.(constituting a preface)
something that precedes, prepares for or introduces the main matter, action or business; an academic test or examination that is preparatory to one that is longer, more complex or more important
synonyms-preliminary, introductory, prefatory, preparatory
the central meaning shared by these adjectives is "going before and preparing the way for something else" (a preliminary investigation; introductory remarks; an author's prefatory notes; preparatory steps)

a formal written document requesting a right or benefit from a person or group in authority; a solemn.supplicationor request to a superior authority; an entreaty
Law:.a formal written application requesting a court for a specific judicial action (a petition for appeal); the judicial action asked for in any such request
something requested or entreated
petition, petitioned, petitioning, petitions.verbs
transitive use-to address a petition to; to ask for by petition; request formally
intransitive use-to make a request, especially formally (petitioned for retrial) 

a preliminary.statement or essay introducing a book that explains its scope, intention or background and is usually written by the author; an introductory section, as of a speech; something.introductory; a preliminary (an informal brunch served as a preface to the three day conference)
preface, prefaced, prefacing, prefaces.transitive verbs
to introduce by or provide with a preliminary statement or essay; to serve as an introduction to
of, relating to or constituting a preface; introductory; preliminary