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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.

    After the Storm

  • (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 "...

    Home

  • It changes you in a way pre-kid that I for one could not have forseen - and it's a good thing.

    zornhau: The Middle Ages

  • This was not forseen in the simulations and calculations before launch.

    More Ares Woes - NASA Watch

  • 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.

    Borger: Obama's only choice is to speak out

  • 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.

    McCain Campaign Resorting To Scam Emails

  • 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?

    Appleā€™s Blank Slate

  • 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.

    MIND MELD: Interesting Areas of Scientific Research

  • 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.

    Niall O'Dowd: Governor Chris Christie Is Our Nightmare, Say Democratic Insiders About 2012 Race

  • There is an interesting variation on the neighborhood concept -- one we couldn't have forseen all those summer days ago.

    Where Everybody Knows Your Name | The Stiletto Gang

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