anticipate


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await

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pre-empt

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to know in advance

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Four out of five (83 percent) anticipate a "very strong" appetite among firms to make loans, while 50 percent anticipate a "very strong" appetite among borrowers to take out loans.
Substantial proportions of commercial appraisers anticipate more demand from financial institutions (47 percent), law firms/lawyers (33 percent) and government agencies (25 percent).
Six participants who did not anticipate any emotion were omitted from the analysis.
Almost two thirds of organisations (63%) anticipate deterioration in lending conditions with only 56% expecting availability of finance to improve.
1 : to foresee and deal with or provide for beforehand <The waiters anticipate your every wish.>
Contemporaneous documentation can help to establish the key elements of a work-product claim--that the taxpayer really did anticipate litigation or controversy with the IRS at the time it received the document, and why it was reasonable to anticipate such litigation or controversy.
If CPAs anticipate that their external service provider will disclose confidential client information to persons or entities outside the U.S., will the fact of anticipated disclosure require specific informed written consent of the client?
"I anticipate the market will continue to be healthy because of De Beers," he says.
Whether starting from scratch or streamlining current digs, space planning has to meet present medical need; anticipate future growth; enhance, not hobble, patient flow; and hit most, if not all, of the must-have items on the physicians' wish list.
They are able to define a particular problem in several different ways, anticipate likely obstacles, and identify sensible options for overcoming those obstacles.
In the wake of such catastrophes, architects and urban planners are called on to anticipate emergencies and find solutions for reconstruction.
Out with the old, in with the new, as vendors are constantly refreshing technology, while users anticipate worthwhile changes and proceed with optimism.
In her April 8 testimony to the 9-11 investigative commission, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice publicly testified that the Bush administration's intelligence assessments prior to 9-11 did not anticipate the use of hijacked airliners as terrorist weapons.
Most investigators interested in reducing DNA sequencing costs anticipate that a few additional two-fold decreases in cost can yet be achieved with the current CAE-based technology, with a realistic lower limit of perhaps $5 million per mammalian-sized genome.
"I didn't anticipate evil," says Hershkowitz, who was NRDC's indefatigable point man on the project.