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prospect

(Outlook), noun ambition, anticipation, assurance, calculation, certainty, chance, coming events, contemplation, destiny, expectance, expectancy, expectation, fair chance, faith, fate, forecast, fortune, good chance, hope, intention, likelihood, likeliness, plan, possibility, prediction, presumption, probability, promise, reasonable chance, reliance, speculation, time ahead, trust, well-grounded hope

prospect

(Prospective patron), noun applicant, interested party, likely client, likely customer, likely patron, likely person, possibility, possible client, possible customer, possible patron, prospective client, prospective customer, recruit
See also: chance, contemplation, customer, expectation, likelihood, motive, opportunity, possibility, potential, probability

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prospect

in Scots property law, the urban servitude non aedificandi (‘not to build’), altius non tollendi (‘not to build beyond a certain height’) and non officiendi luminibus (‘not to interfere with light’) combine to restrain proprietors, from their otherwise existing rights, from building, extending upwards or otherwise acting to impede the other proprietor's light. There is authority for another servitude of light that prohibits the making of windows that would interfere with the neighbour's privacy. See EASEMENT.
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Ministries became the front-facing ashopsa of the proliferating mafia structures, manned by ousted, but well-connected Communist functionaries, and hundreds of disaffected secret police agents and prospectless young wrestlers and boxers, let down by the sudden loss of state subsidy for their local clubs (such were established in most towns in Communist times).
The story of William Sleeman brings in the colonial strand as well as the human factor whereby he sees success against the Thuggee as his passport from a prospectless junior official to promotion, fame and fortune.
2) be convinced that the patient's suffering was prospectless and unbearable;