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- adj. Of or pertaining to the future
- adj. Having a future tense
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But if you find ways around -- find ways to manage that problem on your own that don't have to do with trying to get your partner to change, which is going to be a futural effort, and you focus making a happier atmosphere in the relationship, it makes a huge difference right away.
Unfortunately, while adherence to historical models was effective last decade in colonizing their futural existences - in assuring them of how to approach the world and guarantee particular revenue streams - that old model leaves them grasping at new rent-seeking behaviour instead of adopting novel business strategies.
As I enjoyed the quasi-fictional depiction of President Nixon's trip to China at the Metropolitan Opera, my mind wandered as to whether his excursion to foreign territory and his interest in accelerating America's ties with Asia also catalyzed his passivity towards the tumultuous transformations in his own country; just as President Clinton's premature overtures to China for expansive trade catalyzed income inequality at home in hopes of futural prosperity fueled by the prospects of global demand for American products from a growing and wealthier global consumer.