anticipate


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await

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pre-empt

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to know in advance

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We have the opportunity to build a very special building and anticipate its tenants to include one, maybe two very large users.
482-7(j) and must reasonably anticipate that it will derive benefits from the use of covered intangibles.
The manager should anticipate the substantive and relationship priorities of the other party and the negotiation strategy the other party is likely to select.
We anticipate our cash balance at December 31, 2006 to be relatively consistent with prior periods.
we may not be as successful as we anticipate in managing the integration of Preserver, including with respect to realizing cost savings and distributing our products through Preserver's agencies;
along with additional master contracts currently under discussion in the hospitality and healthcare industries, we do anticipate a robust calendar 2007 in both revenues and positive earnings.
The LOI is only a statement of the intent of the parties and does not, and is not intended to, create a binding agreement requiring either to complete the anticipate transaction.
We also anticipate increased revenue from ATVs and parts, garments and accessories to result in another record sales year and increased earnings per share in fiscal 2007.
For 2006, Chief Executive Officer Mark Casner said that the Company currently anticipates consolidated revenues at the high end of the previously announced range of $70.
Cano anticipates having all 10 Barnett Shale wells in its initial program drilled and completed by February 2007.