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await

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pre-empt

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to know in advance

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For a "terrorist attack" to be "predictable", is one thing; for an "event" like 9/11 to be anticipatable insofar as it is "more" than just a terrorist attack, and belongs properly to the order of the "missed encounter", is another.
These are closely connected and clearly anticipatable problems that affect many countries in the region.
What will make corporations more aware and more responsible for their component of anticipatable technological disasters or catastrophes?
This was not a statistical survey, and the responses were more chance and serendipity than anticipatable.
It is through spelling out the background trajectory and anticipatable implications of these political demands (higher taxes, conflicts over principles, the need for competent reforming government) that the full dimensions of the political project they embody, and the political resistances they invite, can be appreciated.
A group of poems, principally those which open the collection, can nevertheless be read as postmodern or at least as developing interestingly and unexpectedly: "Land Window," "The Map," "Love Walking," "Left With You," and others share an energy of the not-quite- anticipatable yet at the same time contrive a coherently forceful impact.
Five hundred dollars per space is the anticipatable increase.