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await

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pre-empt

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to know in advance

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S&B CC in their planning for this event had failed adequately to deal with an anticipatable outcome in the event of bad weather.
A theory of genre that could, as Giddens might say, "de-routinise" the textual forms in which our work is constituted and enacted might also make us more aware of the other forces we take up when we take up genres and might even make some consequences more anticipatable.
3] in the arsenic treated cultures was noted, which is anticipatable, since arsenic caused a delay in the cell cycle.
These are closely connected and clearly anticipatable problems that affect many countries in the region.
This most recent volume is a reflective set of musings about, and analyses of, the idea and role of Europe in world history, whether Europe as a conceptual, cultural, and world-historical entity properly starts only (approximately) with Charlemagne, or rather with antiquity--with the classical Greeks and Romans--and with whether history does or should matter now, and in the anticipatable future.
What will make corporations more aware and more responsible for their component of anticipatable technological disasters or catastrophes?
In an ideal world this growth would occur in an orderly and anticipatable manner.
In addition to the social costs that come from propagating extant civic incompetence, society pays a cost when entities capable of providing valuable public goods invest in schemes whose failure is anticipatable.
This was not a statistical survey, and the responses were more chance and serendipity than anticipatable.