The latest Global Economic Conditions Survey (GECS) from ACCA and IMA suggested positive signs for businesses in the GCC but a stark forewarning
of how the shock of Brexit would hit a fragile recovery in global business confidence.
These all are the possibilities of a point of advantage aACA* for a possible forewarning
discrete-asset form, the bundle-of-rights form with forewarning
Researchers have defined forewarning
in various ways.
The twister came within 150 yards of the ATC tower but controllers had no forewarning
Let's hope the sad demise of Reddingtons in the city centre is not a forewarning
of things to come.
But now it seems that 36-year-old Aniston, who split with Pitt a year ago, was given no forewarning
Other times give me and fellow pet-owners no forewarning
to stay in or send the dog off to relatives for the evening.
Tilly, who had learnt about tsunamis just two weeks beforehand in a school lesson, recognised the tell-tale build up of foam on the beach and rising water levels as forewarning
an imminent tidal wave.
Beyond its epileptic warning capabilities, other applications of the device would be in forewarning
of ventricular fibrillation events, detection of inhaled-endotoxin-induced septic shock, a condition change due to increased breathing difficulty, and a forewarning
Leave it up to the mighty hand of Saddle Creek to forecast the winds and motions of the fields, and take forewarning
from their East Coast affiliate as to the next major storm: Beep Beep.
Anyone would think there had been no forewarning
of Wednesday night's rude return to winter.
We are forewarning
the public so that people have the opportunity to rectify any defects before the initiative starts.
But for the rest of us dreaming about having an operation can be forewarning
of a drastic lifestyle change.
gives staff a head start in responding to unauthorized departures.