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is the word precedence used the same as precedent?

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Answer #1 | 05/01 2014 12:29
Huh, I didn't know precedent wasn't just a law term. You're not exactly making yourself look important by skimping on the tips, so you'd be setting a precedent on how to annoy waiters and keep valuable pocket change. Thanks for that NurseSeuss Actually, she could become a precedence if she goes through with the great penny heist and become MVP penny-pincher
Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 12:53
In your example, you would say you don't want to set a precedent. But actually, in your example, it sounds as if you're just a cheapskate.

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