Did you mayhaps mean upcoming?
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“A tow-rope was requisitioned from an up-coming boat, and a pair of horses from a pack-train on the bank, and the ghastly jetsam hauled ashore.”
“Associated Press A Chinese woman waves a national flag while singing patriotic songs to celebrate the up-coming 90th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China in Beijing, China, Tuesday.”
“There are many things that will happen in 2010 that will have a huge impact on the up-coming elections ... passage of health care legislation and unemployment rate among them.”
“He got hold of Lawrence from Biograph and spread a rumor that she was killed at a car accident but then later combated this rumor and said she was doing fine and would be starring in the up-coming film produced by him.”
“Ears of corn hung from a long rope across the top of the left wall to dry before being ground into nixtamal for the up-coming Fiesta de San Bartolome in late August.”
“For example while the current Newsletter is about the recent Virgen of Guadalupe festival, up-coming releases will be covering:”
“I'm hoping the weather holds for the up-coming weekend.”
“I was just sitting here pondering on this up-coming summer and the fishing that I will be doing.”
“Be good Jim, Kristyn is a staffer who was getting shooting lessons for another up-coming video that day.”
“At the company's strategy briefing in London, where the deal was announced, Mr. Elop said that the company would continue to support Qt on Symbian smartphones, but he said the software wouldn't reside on its up-coming Windows smartphones, for fear that would "potentially confuse the developers and confuse the consumers and create an environment where Windows phone moves slower than the competition.”
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