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- adjective being such as may reasonable be anticipated.
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- adjective able to be
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- adjective capable of being anticipated
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The Israeli prime minister, Ehud Olmert, said the conflict is likely to continue for what he called the foreseeable future, despite the cease-fire.
"NASA is not now nor in foreseeable future able to accomplish its assigned tasks with the low budget assigned"!
And I began to think about any future "Indiana Jones" film that may be in foreseeable future.
However, Microsoft still commands a overwhelming market share and it is unlikely that will crumble into _nothing_ within foreseeable future. —
I mean, I don't use the phrase foreseeable future, but it is the
Markus, look what Mono project can offer you in foreseeable future, they had started to implement ASP. NET 2.0 in it but its seems its poor for now, you could contribute to it or help financing the project (fortunately i will be using something else).
But again, I think the situation continues to worsen in at least the near term foreseeable future.
We will need an armed force, certainly for the long term foreseeable future but we really don't need a lot of the very expensive and dubious boys toys that the military possess as most of them are either useless, redundant of of no practical use.
So unless we had a meaningful acquisition, a property requirement for additional capital I'd say we have no need to really go to the markets debt or equity in the near term foreseeable future.
Suppose there's someone who's current and then loses his job -- his near-term foreseeable income is zero, so how does that apply?