The subjective test takes account only of the state of mind of the accused, the issue being whether the accused himself or herself foresaw
the consequences of his or her act.
But only 12 per cent of employers foresaw
no pay increases in their business.
There was no transport except the overcrowded tube,' recalls my grandmother, who went to Moscow, but never got to Red Square, as our Moscow relatives foresaw
the danger of overcrowding.
The Grants foresaw
this process as aligned with political totalitarianism, with the Gulag and with Auschwitz.
And he foresaw
such embarrasments as when almost 6,000 New York City students were mistakenly sent to summer school due to a grading error on the part of a company that produced a test 300,000 of them took.
Although Ford initially specified ionomer for the moldings, Ventra foresaw
processing advantages in TPOs that could cut costs.
While only 14.4 percent of survey respondents foresaw
opportunistic investing in 1999, the percentage jumped to 24.3 percent in 2000.
Only one in 10 anticipated profits would remain flat, and nobody foresaw
a profit decline.