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Things proceeding often describes (“proceeding ________”)
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Descriptive words:
whole, such, judicial, legal, criminal, civil, administrative, special, entire, divine, strange, extraordinary, unusual, next, formal, further, present, subsequent, similar, dangerous, arbitrary, original, disciplinary, handed, proper, direct, latter, irregular, separate, regular, violent, collateral, official, prior, wise, rash, singular, juvenile, parliamentary, federal, statutory, grand, hazardous, like, illegal, preliminary, usual, unfair, mandamus, corpus, foolish, curious, adversarial, risky, harsh, equitable, bold, fair, disgraceful, difficult, orderly, safe, novel, questionable, unjust, unwise, legislative, remarkable, outrageous, unconstitutional, scandalous, absurd, involuntary, expensive


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See proceeding used in context: 8 rhymes, 23 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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