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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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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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They added the injured have been transferred to Libya for treatment, saying the missing gold prospectors were likely being taken by the gunmen to an unknown destination.
I thought it was rubbish at first, maybe an old horseshoe," the prospector, who was not identified by the manufacturer, said.
I think we're going to see a gap in new discoveries and mines, I think directly related to a lack of prospectors and a lack of boots-on-the-ground explorers," Bjorkman said.
Place Prospectors thanked the Midlands Co-operative Society allowing the wall to be used.
Ebony Prospectors did that by investing in the restaurant, insurance and semiconductor industries at first and then adding oil and financial stocks to the mix.
Several recent studies of self classification using the Miles and Snow typology discovered that while prospectors, analyzers, and defenders have been well represented, there have been minimal classifications in the reactor category.
Master Prospectors, those who have excelled in network marketing, love the idea that the world is their oyster.
The petrels they had netted during the sound tests revealed that most of those investigating the colony were young prospectors, not yet old enough to lay eggs.
Nestled in the mountains, Prospectors Run soon realized that offering elevators was a unique and desired feature often requested by the baby boomer market.
Multiple press reports said Egyptian troops have penetrated four kilometres into the Sudanese territory and chased Sudanese gold prospectors south of the disputed Halayb triangle, pointing they arrested 70 of them near Al-Alaki area in Abu Tebak valley.
The Ontario Exploration Corporation (OEC) is a for-profit entity overseen by the Ontario Prospectors Association that allows successful applicants to access as much as $85,000 to fuel their work.