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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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Based on this finding, a MANCOVA was implemented to determine possible differences in wellness and life satisfaction based on age group (35-44, 45-54, 55-65), timeliness of transitions, and expectedness of transitions (using household income as the covariate).
Finally, the immediate factors were age at first sex, age of first sexual partner, age difference between partners, prior knowledge of partner, length of relationship before first sex, reasons for engaging in intercourse (intimate and other), expectedness of first sex, feelings before first sex (positive and negative) and degree of communication about contraceptive use at first sex.
The combination of criteria such as frequency and expectedness of a mining result can help to this end.
This Article adopts the view that foreseeability is not absolute, but is nonetheless objective and certainly hinges on the expectedness of the occurrence, in this case, the expectedness of Y2K difficulties.
Change is a constant, yet it seems that human beings work their darnedest to create security and evenness and expectedness, whereas change is the only thing that is constant.
We may find that many of the battles and contests about the shape of our future-to come will start to play themselves out within the organizational frameworks that impose a level of order, structure and expectedness on our day to day dealings with others.
If congruency is expectedness, then expected advertising in this research is the most effective; advertising that is not expected is least effective.