anticipate danger

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Even in our society, individuals who anticipate danger tend to act pre-emptively to counter threats, such as when a politician announces, "My life is in danger I've been threatened" when he perceives danger.
When you defend your box at a dead-ball situation you need intensity and to anticipate danger.
Strong enough to cope with the physical, clever enough to anticipate danger, fast enough to get away with what few errors he does make.
Scientists said that the kind of "reasoned inference" shown by the New Caledonian crows under these controlled conditions could also be utilised in the wild to anticipate danger or food.
He might not be the quickest but when you read a game as well as he does, you can anticipate danger before it gets out of hand.
RECOGNISE and anticipate danger and keep clear space from it.
The product also should be examined for harmful components, such as foreign objects in a container of food, dangerous packaging, inadequate warning (for example, if the seller, with reason to anticipate danger from a particular use, has failed to give adequate warning on the container), or allergy-producing ingredients such as nuts, eggs, or milk.
Maldini confirmed his status as one of the all-time great European defenders - as not only does he tackle, anticipate danger and defend magnificently, he is also able to bring the ball out of defence and distribute it.
if Bernson can't anticipate danger zones, then he should hire someone who can.
The public should also insist on rating systems indicating at what point one might anticipate danger, how much time with equipment may be considered safe, and how equipment can be used to the highest degree of safety.