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await

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pre-empt

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to know in advance

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14 In our present study for northwestern rural China, we also found similar type of results in which maternal education feature was found be a positive anticipator for Z-score of WfH of the children.
The Thais, which he described as 'the greatest anticipators of history', would bring in a new set of leaders who would 'take the first plane to Peking'.
Compared with delayers, anticipators reported riskier peer behaviors and less attachment to family, school and church.
Anticipators often must forego hobbies or recreational time with their families.
I cannot too strongly urge futurists, planners, and all other anticipators to learn, and effectively use, all the arts that we know as communication skills.
of human beings in that they are planners and anticipators, comes up against an un-crossable boundary in individual death.
Forward inferences serve as anticipators for some future event or development of the present input.
25 Because these doctrines are consistent with those of the monetary approach to the balance of payments, Skaggs (1999) interprets the Banking School as early anticipators of that approach.
Organization socialization efforts during the first year appear not to have been equally successful for anticipators and non-anticipators.
For an incisive study of the philosophical anticipators of Adam Smith's ideas on the importance of self-interest, see Milton L.
Anticipators (packing to leave 20 minutes before it's time to go);
Some of the early reviewers of Galbraith's publications noted even more recent anticipators of Galbraith's position.
Inspired by the earlier typology of Miller and colleagues, (16) they separate sexually inexperienced teenagers into two groups: delayers, who have not had sex and do not expect to do so in the next year, and anticipators, who have not had sex but anticipate doing so in the next year.