Did you maybe mean foreseen?
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“It occured to me that one benefit of this kind of course that I hadn't forseen, is that it gives very busy, often highly stressed working people a little oasis of calm and reflection in their week, a little time to reconnect with their inner selves.”
“(Would you wnat to bet that Dnb, upon reading this very entry, is likely to state that "our coincidental visit was" His Will "or that it was" forseen "...”
“It changes you in a way pre-kid that I for one could not have forseen - and it's a good thing.”
“This was not forseen in the simulations and calculations before launch.”
“I suppose some might say who could have forseen this mess upon electing an inexperienced politician who quit his Senator job without even serving a full term.”
“Before my father death, he had taken to and deposited the sum of fifty-six million united state dollars (US$56,000,000) with a charles keating security and financial company, The money right now is in ALASKA (USA), as if he forseen the looming danger in Washington.”
“For that matter, who at Apple could have forseen that some academics at Stanford would write software that turns the iPhone into a musical instrument, and that today people would form iPhone orchestras?”
“The Technological Singularity as forseen by Vernor Vinge, Ray Kurzweil, and Bill Joy, among others, possibly poses the greatest near-term reward and risk in the history of mankind.”
“How Obama would shape up against a popular East Coast governor would make for a fascinating battle and not one the White House could have forseen when Christie was first elected.”
“There is an interesting variation on the neighborhood concept -- one we couldn't have forseen all those summer days ago.”
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