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expect

(Anticipate), verb await, bargain for, be certain, be confident, be prepared, calculate upon, count on, have in prospect, look for, look forward to, plan on, prepare for, provide for, reckon on, sperare, wait for, watch for
Associated concepts: contingent expectancy, expectancy of heir, expectant estate, expectant interest, expectant right, life expectancy

expect

(Consider probable), verb apprehend, assume, believe, conclude, conjecture, consider likely, divine, fancy, forecast, foresee, gather, guess, have a hunch, have a presentiment, imagine, infer, judge, predict, prognosticate, prophesy, regard likely, suppose, suspect, think, think likely
See also: intend, plan, presume, presuppose, trust
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2) NASA Dryden Director Kevin Petersen expects to be involved in launch-abort and landing systems.
Among those expecting a change in style, 60 percent do not expect the change to affect market volatility, while the remaining 40 percent foresee an increase in volatility.
Eleven of the remaining non-significant items also showed earlier ages for females; and, the 23-item responsibilities composite showed a trend for females to expect earlier responsibilities.
At the same time, several sources also say they expect virgin resin use to decline as recycled material cuts into its market, particularly in bottles for household/industrial chemicals and motor oil.
Additionally, the company expects to open two to three additional Best Buy locations in China in the next 12 to 18 months.
While this provides a picture of how custom processors expect their automotive business to fare in relation to their other work, we also asked the survey participants to indicate what they foresee happening specifically to the dollar volume of their automotive business in the '90s.
Only 29% of the respondents expect new polymer chemistry to be more significant, and just 22% look for the biggest gains from fine-tuning existing polymers.
The Company expects to report that revenue for the fourth quarter of 2006 increased approximately 20% to $56.
The Partnership expects cash capital expenditures during the quarter to be approximately $15 million consisting of $13 million for growth projects, largely the Tyler County Pipeline and Red Deer projects, and $2 million for maintenance capital including routine well connects.
TMAC expects the industry to ship 169 million passenger tires and 26 million light truck tires to the replacement market in 1996, compared to the 167 million and 25.
Pioneer continues to expect full-year finding and development costs for 2006 to be in the range of $15 to $20 per barrel oil equivalent (BOE), consistent with the Company's guidance in March 2006.