anticipator


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  • noun

Synonyms for anticipator

one who anticipates

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Gently but firmly, Pater dismisses the apparently obvious topic of Leonardo as the anticipator of the modern scientific revolution.
The Anticipator is a worrywart who continually is revising the text to make it "better.
Put in a slightly more concrete way, these two traits depict man as choosing between the options and the possibilities in present awareness for the sake of something beyond them; the human being has essentially become the planner and anticipator of outcomes.
She rebounds tenaciously for someone her age, has a good sense of timing and is a terrific anticipator.
Historically a stamping supplier of brackets, supports, and other structural components to auto and truck makers, the company has a proven track record of not just being a respondent to customers' demands and supplier guidelines, but more as an anticipator of those needs, being among the first to implement operational enhancements that become standards for others to then follow.
Ironically, he was seen as a "superb anticipator of opposition attacks" and an excellent distributor of the ball.
Wells, Aldous Huxley, and Kafka ("the greatest anticipator of the present") have contributed to its development.
I'm acting as an anticipator as opposed to a reactor to the stock price movement.
JB: Bowles is a kind of proto-postmodernist, a sort of anticipator of something, but of course, as some high-tech critics have said, you can take any device from modernism and from postmodernism and if you know enough about the literary/art history you can trace the provenance of any aspect of what we are doing back to the beginning no doubt.
CNL role functions include client advocacy, member of profession, team manager, information manager, systems analyst/risk anticipator, clinician, outcomes manager, educator, and lifelong learner.
Each independent variable was interacted with a dichotomous variable (coded one if the respondent was an anticipator and zero if he was a delayer), and the interaction term and the anticipation measure were included in the full model.
A typical tune-up by a licensed professional covers at least 18 items that include: checking the flue pipe venting for cracks, damage or blockage; cleaning the furnace heat exchanger and checking it for cracks or damage; cleaning and checking burners, motors and fans; checking for loose or damaged wiring; testing thermostat operation and heat anticipator settings; and testing the operation of furnace safeties.
Patton said that a typical tune-up by a licensed professional covers at least 18 items, including: checking the flue pipe venting for cracks, damage or blockage; cleaning the furnace heat exchanger and checking it for cracks or damage; cleaning and checking burners, motors and fans; checking for loose or damaged wiring; testing thermostat operation and heat anticipator settings; and testing the operation of furnace safeties.