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Synonyms for weather eye

vigilant attentiveness

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While Flower and captain Andrew Andrew Strauss begin to mull other pressing topics - the selection of an extra batsman, an extra bowler or an all-rounder - for the second Test, the coach is keeping a weather eye to make sure no one in the squad is lulled into too much of that relaxation.
As for this week's advice from the Fly, he suggests owners and trainers should keep a weather eye on Dubai, from where race conditions for the first World Cup night at Meydan are expected to be published next week.
Tax practitioners need to keep a weather eye on developments, and this column provides a brief summary of the major regulatory initiatives.
THE EUROPEAN food and drink industry has been keeping a weather eye on negotiations in Geneva at the World Trade Organisation (WTO), where stubborn attempts are being made to keep alive the Doha Development Round on liberalising global commerce.
The Pleiades also appear in the same window, and it's reasonable to imagine official Inca skywatchers observing the solstice and keeping a weather eye out for the Pleiades.
Police kept a weather eye on the high winds, but allowed the A66 to remain open to high-sided vehicles.
WENT to Ayr last Thursday to keep a weather eye on Ferdy Murphy's Cheltenham entry Kalahari King only for the ex-French rising star to be withdrawn because of the ground.
No doubt Ferguson is keeping a weather eye on this revisionism of events and will take whatever means he must to protect his reputation.
Will you keep a weather eye on the skies before booking an April break?
The weather eye that Judge Hornby casts on the changing nature of litigation reveals that he retains that fire, albeit on a different kind of court.
Washington is keeping a sharp weather eye out for Tuesday, August 22, which this year corresponds in the Islamic calendar to the date on which many Sunni Muslims commemorate the night flight of the prophet Muhammad on his winged horse Buraq to "the farthest mosque," which is traditionally identified with Jerusalem.
Again offering advice to the ECB, Mr Juncker indicated: "we believe it should keep a weather eye on the evolution of growth which remains fragile".
3 billion-person market or smitten by the low cost of manufacturing--and don't keep a weather eye on the details of day-to-day operations--almost certainly are in for rude awakenings.
As the West became increasingly affluent, the media, inevitably commercial in its direction and with a weather eye on sales figures or the size of its audience, was bound to reflect the society it served.
All of the stakeholders, casting a weather eye at the GMO experience, apparently agree that the bountiful benefits of nanotechnology cannot be harvested without full and transparent characterization of the risks they could pose to human health and the environment.