foresightful


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Synonyms for foresightful

planning prudently for the future

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industrious, and foresightful if they are to thrive economically within
Goldblatt deemed the law "a foresightful consumer protection," praising both Gov.
The foresightful passage has since inspired many sound-artists and appeared in numerous texts on electronic music, including the preface to Peter Grogono's 1972 user manual for the EMS Synthi AKS synthesizer--a synthesizer built inside a suitcase, Bacon's sound-houses made portable.
Rather, the Turkish nation views Ataturk as a quasi-divine figure, a God-like war hero, and a foresightful President who led a battered nation from despair to glory.
"It takes a foresightful health system with sufficient capital to understand how they're going to provide these services and at what cost."
Every time they forecast the demise of the planet, those prophets of Earthly annihilation prove themselves no more foresightful than mortgage bankers or phony psychics.
On December 31, 2007, the credit crunch was a vaguely amusing term, of interest only to economics geeks and the particularly foresightful. Now it's a rampaging monster, doing for the global economy what Godzilla did for downtown Tokyo.
As its history shows, it has always been, if not prescient, at the very least foresightful. And for this we are all grateful.