- n. Plural form of outlook.
“Privatizing Social Security and abolishing defined benefit pensions changes peoples 'outlooks from a socialist one to a capitalistic one.”
“Consumer confidence rose modestly in August as shoppers 'short-term outlooks improved, according to the Conference Board's monthly index.”
“Three 20-year time slices are the foci of the ACIA for the 21st century: 2011 – 2030, 2041 – 2060, and 2071 – 2090, corresponding to near-term, mid-term, and longer-term outlooks for climate change.”
“The medium-term outlooks on the issues are provided as a basis for specifying the actions that could be taken.”
“Although the wealthiest universities remain highly rated with relatively secure long-term outlooks, the recent potential pressure on credit ratings comes at an inopportune time.”
“But traders, who had been heavy sellers of the greenback in recent days, decided not to look at those longer-term outlooks, preferring instead to sell the euro and take their profits.”
“Of crucial importance for the medium- and long-term outlooks is that the balance between "upside" and "downside" risks is slanted toward the latter, and this slanting will become more acute over the next two years.”
“The novels present a variety of outlooks from a local perspective, as does the work of Mahfouz as a whole.”
“President Bush has said himself, essentially, that when it comes to these short-term outlooks, it's very difficult.”
“Apart from overlooking the changes in outlooks and criteria within the Swedish Academy, international criticism has tended to neglect the crowd of likely names around the Prize a specific year.”
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