- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of foresee.
“foresees," "forecasts," "estimates" and similar expressions, as they relate to the company or its management, as well as assumptions made by and information currently available to the Company's management identify forward-looking statements.”
“The IEA foresees oil prices remaining high for decades to come, with a tight market with risks of price spikes if there is a cut-off due to war or soaring prices if there is insufficient investment in oil fields.”
“The Frenchman foresees an economic meltdown across Europe and he said that it may be the only thing to rein in Barcelona and Real, who have benefited greatly from being able to negotiate individual television rights contracts in Spain.”
“The aspect of submission foresees a relationship of union, because he to whom we submit is Love.”
“The Administration foresees a $700 billion windfall, but history shows that higher rates are unlikely to yield anywhere near that amount.”
““Stephen Ward, chief of staff for Senate Energy Committee Chairman Jeff Bingaman, D-N. M, said Wednesday that lawmakers fear a ratepayer backlash” if carbon pollution is capped, telling “a room full of alternative-energy financiers at the Lazard Capital Markets Alternative Energy Investor Summit” that he foresees “a more modest bill” than Waxman-Markey coming from the Senate.”
“He foresees older games being repacked with DVD-like content such as commentaries and other bonuses.”
“He foresees worldwide average GDP per capita rising from $6500 in 2000 to $100,000 in 2070.”
“Mr. Davies even foresees the disintegration of the United Kingdom.”
“The agency foresees five "buckets," requiring extra capital of 1%, 1.5%, 2%, 2.5% and 3.5%.”
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