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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(c)(1)(i) that a controlled participant must reasonably anticipate that it will derive benefits from the use of covered intangibles.
To anticipate the other party's substantive and relationship priorities, physician executives should consider the following diagnostic questions:
Also, our 2007 estimates anticipate that RFID table system revenues will be more significant in the second half of the year.
adverse conditions in the capital markets may require us to sell more shares than we anticipate and may make it more expensive for us or limit our ability to raise capital to support this acquisition and other growth opportunities.
With a significantly stronger balance sheet and many new customer relationships, BluePoint anticipates a record year for revenues and earnings in 2007.
The LOI anticipates that Comlink shall change its name to US Superior Energy Holdings Inc.
Although the House did not complete consideration of the fiscal year 2007 bill prior to its week-long Memorial Day recess, APTA anticipates it will do so when it reconvenes.
Subject to timely completion of the acquisition, Applied Biosystems currently anticipates that it will place initial systems with early-access customers during calendar 2007.
Since the Company anticipates requesting a hearing with the Nasdaq Hearings Panel, or filing its Annual Report on Form 10-K, by April 25, 2006, it is not anticipated that the Company's shares of common stock will be delisted on April 27, 2006.
As per HMA's traditional approach, Fitch anticipates free cash flow will be sufficient to fund the majority of 2006 acquisitions supplemented by temporary revolver borrowings.
Management anticipates a fourth quarter 1992 pre-tax charge of approximately $50 million in connection with the restructuring plan covering costs of inventory liquidation, lease costs, severance, fixed asset and leasehold disposal and operating costs during the shut down period.
Cano anticipates having all 10 Barnett Shale wells in its initial program drilled and completed by February 2007.
Best anticipates a small year-end loss of approximately GBP 60,000 (USD 114,000) for 2006, resulting from a slower than anticipated take-up of the bonds.
Best anticipates a strong recovery in AIL's performance in 2006.