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Does the controlled taxpayer reasonably anticipate that it will derive benefits from the use of covered intangibles?
The answers to these and similarly focused questions will allow the executive to anticipate if the other party's actions are likely to be supportive or hostile, to focus on short-term gains or long-term relationships, or to change the degree of dependence on, or interdependence with, the hospital.
We anticipate an ending CJS installation balance of approximately 12,000 games by December 31, 2007.
As guidance for the current fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, BluePoint anticipates having signed discount energy purchase agreement contracts (power projects) with customers representing revenue to BluePoint of $60 million, with significant upside potential based upon indications from our customers in connection with their concerns relative to the access, cost and reliability of electrical grids in territories in which they operate.
The company anticipates Phase I water injection to commence in the second quarter of calendar year 2007, with initial response anticipated in the fourth calendar quarter of 2007.
Best anticipates a small year-end loss of approximately GBP 60,000 (USD 114,000) for 2006, resulting from a slower than anticipated take-up of the bonds.
Best anticipates a strong recovery in AIL's performance in 2006.
Among other provisions, the Company anticipates that the Amended Facility will have the following features: