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Synonyms for unforeseen

Synonyms for unforeseen

not anticipated

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He fled to his usual refuge, that of hoping for some unforeseen turn of fortune, some favourable chance which would save him from unpleasant consequences-- perhaps even justify his insincerity by manifesting its prudence.
The unforeseen does not exist," quietly replied Phileas Fogg.
We find it impossible to avoid mistakes even in determining who has committed a single criminal act, and the problem how far a man is to be held responsible for the unforeseen consequences of his own deed is one that might well make us tremble to look into it.
A Road Unforeseen covers all of these questions and a great deal more.
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One annoyed fan said: "How can a psychic have his show cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances?
Yesterday senior ambulance officers explained the incidents were caused due to a "catalogue of unforeseen circumstances.
121(c), taxpayers who fail to satisfy the owner ship and use tests or the limit of one sale every two years may qualify for a reduced maximum exclusion if the primary reason for a sale or exchange is a change in place of employment, health or unforeseen circumstances.
If so, he starts out with a lower cost than his competition, which is an important hedge against unforeseen costs, such as rising construction and insurance costs.
Taxpayers not meeting the strict occupancy and use requirements described above still may qualify for a reduced maximum exclusion if the residence sale or exchange was due to a change in place of employment, health or unforeseen circumstances; final regulations issued in 2004 explain how and when sellers may qualify and provide safe harbors.
As a result, companies can be limited in their ability to weather unforeseen or adverse events and ensure that cash is readily available where it is needed, regardless of the circumstances.
69 million more in contingency funds to cover any unforeseen costs, bringing the total construction budget to $24.
This reduced exclusion applies only if the sale or exchange is primarily due to a change in place of employment, health or unforeseen circumstances.
The lesson from this unfortunate situation is clear: a principal financial management objective today should be to improve liquidity to protect against unforeseen demand shifts, which in today's changing economy can happen overnight.