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pre-empt

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to know in advance

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More positively, nearly two thirds of respondents (61%) anticipate output levels increasing with only 17% anticipating levels to decrease.
In an executive intelligence measure, a candidate is forced to demonstrate his or her facility for certain skills, such as anticipating likely obstacles, critically examining the accuracy of assumptions, considering the probable effects of actions, and pursuing feedback that may reveal an error in judgment.
"Some kind of unconscious signal function in the brain for anticipating danger situations must be a central feature of any comprehensive model of mind," Wong says.
Anticipating how today's technology will influence your life personally and socially tomorrow is especially difficult.
The topic of our fate after death is a touchy subject, but nevertheless the error of anticipating nothingness needs rectifying.
Companies anticipating the receipt of dividends from a foreign subsidiary may follow a similar strategy -- see the case of Multico below.
In TEI's view, the imposition of the cost/income ratio is incorrect where other methods of anticipating benefits and sharing costs are dictated by the underlying business and economic circumstances.
In the previous survey, controllers were evenly divided on the sales outlook, with 42% expecting a year-to-year sales increase for the fourth quarter of 1991 and a similar number anticipating a sales drop.
Preparing and anticipating an adversary's position give underwriters the edge they need to achieve a positive outcome for the company
Goldman Sachs is developing three of the remaining four truly waterfront locations for their own use and we are anticipating developing the fourth one, 77 Hudson St., this year.
Also anticipating employment gains above the national average are IT executives in the East South Central region, with a net hiring increase of 25 percent.