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antecessor - definition of antecessor by the Free Online ...
an·te·ces·sor (n t-s s r) n. One who precedes; a predecessor. [Middle English antecessour, forebear, from Latin antecessor, forerunner, predecessor in office, from ...
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Homo antecessor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Homo antecessor is an extinct human species (or subspecies) dating from 1.2 million to 800,000 years ago, that was discovered by Eudald Carbonell, Juan Luis Arsuaga ...
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Antecessor | Define Antecessor at Dictionary.com
noun a person who goes before; predecessor. Origin: 1375–1425; late Middle English antecessour (< Middle French ) < Latin antecessor he who goes before, a ...
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Antecessor - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster ...
Definition of ANTECESSOR: one that goes before : predecessor. Origin of ANTECESSOR. Middle English antecessour, from Latin antecessor — more at ancestor
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Antecessor - Dicionário Online de Português
Significado de Antecessor no Dicionário Online de Português. O que é antecessor: s.m. O que antecede; predecessor. S.m.pl. Antepassados.
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O sucessor e o antecessor de um número natural – Colégio Web
Todo número natural dado tem um sucessor (número que vem depois do número dado), considerando também o zero. Por exemplo: o sucessor de 0 é 0 + 1 = 1
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antecessor - Definition of antecessor
Rare a predecessor
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Homo antecessor – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre
Homo antecessor é um hominídeo extinto que surgiu há cerca de 1,2 milhão de anos e perdurou, pelo menos, até cerca de 800 000 anos (Pleistoceno inferior). É ...
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Léxico antecessor: predecessor Traduções antecessor antecessor predecessor antecesor prédécesseur antecessore предшественик poprzednik föregångare ...
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DNA reveals prehistoric surprise
Antecessor?), or a species that was previously unknown. Anthropologists might eventually have to come up with a new way of identifying extinct hominin genomes, with a nomenclature that doesn't necessarily go by species names. For example ...
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Homo heidelbergensis was only slightly taller than the Neanderthal
and Europe (Homo antecessor, Homo heidelbergensis and Homo neanderthalensis) seemed to have medium and above-medium heights for the most part of two millions years. However, the researchers state that "amongst every population we have found a tall or very ...
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Homo heidelbergensis was slightly higher than Neanderthal
and Europe (Homo antecessor, Homo heidelbergensis and Homo neanderthalensis) seemed to have medium and above-medium heights for the most part of two millions years. However, the researchers stated that amongst every population we have found a ...
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