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noun: An introduction, preface, or preamble.
From Old French proeme, from Latin prooemium, from Greek prooimion, from pro- (before) + oime (song). Earliest documented use: 1410.
"However, if one carries on reading beyond the proem and carefully examines the main body ..."
Eleni Kechagia; Plutarch Against Colotes; Oxford University Press; 2011.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:People hate as they love, unreasonably. -William Makepeace Thackeray, novelist (1811-1863)