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"Additionally, from this post on Japan Reference forum and examples on ALC, I gather that を前に can mean "before" both spatially and temporally. Is this correct?" Yes, it is correct. In your example sentence, however, it is strictly temporal. "If を前に does mean "before", then how does it differ from の前に? Is it a matter of one being more common in ...

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