prospective


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based on probability or presumption

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of or concerned with or related to the future

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The lover seeks in marriage his private felicity and perfection, with no prospective end; and nature hides in his happiness her own end, namely, progeny, or the perpetuity of the race.
When that was done, a moment's whisper despatched Maggy to despatch somebody else to fill the basket again; which soon came back replenished with new stores, from which a present provision of cooling drink and jelly, and a prospective supply of roast chicken and wine and water, were the first extracts.
KARACHI -- International energy research agency, Rystad Energy said in its report that the Eni's Kekra well for oil and gas reserves in Pakistani waters is among three highly prospective wells in the world.
Rystad Energy says Kekra well in Pakistani waters has pre-drill prospective resource estimates of 1.5bn barrels of oil or equivalent.
Where a defendant was convicted of possession of a class B substance with the intent to distribute, he was not prejudiced by the trial judge's decision, over the defendant's objection, to excuse for cause a prospective juror who stated that she believed that "the system is rigged against young African American males."
REDCAR and Cleveland Council will be holding sessions for prospective borough and parish councillors in the coming weeks, aimed at giving advice and information for future candidates.
An appellate court has granted a new trial in a sexual assault case because an African-American prospective juror was excused by the prosecution without a proper reason.
She advised prospective Corps members to abide by the directives pending when the situation in Kaduna improves.
She argues the circuit court erred in declining to strike a challenged prospective juror for cause because the prospective juror was biased.
The researcher had distributed 270 questionnaires to the prospective teachers from the above colleges.
The study investigated the challenges faced by the prospective teachers during teaching practice.
While these examples are comparatively trivial, poor prospective memory can have serious consequences as well.
It improves the knowledge, teaching competencies, skills and abilities of the prospective teachers and instils qualities like vigorous, fruitful, desirable professional and positive attitudes in them.
Increasing the degree to which health care is funded via prospective payment is a frequently mentioned proposal for slowing health care cost growth.