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But man postpones or remembers; he does not live in the present, but with reverted eye laments the past, or, heedless of the riches that surround him, stands on tiptoe to foresee the future.
I foresee the future for newspaper advertising to continue to evolve and stay relevant with the times.
And therein lies the problem - the Welsh Government is so close to the management of services, becoming tied up in the day-to-day demands of providing and sustaining services, that it cannot lift its vision to foresee the future needs and strategic direction essential for future care.
Ashley pauses to catch her own breath and confesses that even she cannot foresee the future of the Stellar Scholars vision of Co-Founders Patricia Emery and Roundtable Editor Frank Dattilo.
In his opening speech, Al Dhaheri expressed his appreciation at the efforts and constructive role of the Nigerian government in developing the bilateral ties between the UAE and Nigeria, which are witnessing advancements on many levels and are in line with UAEs smart transformations that aim to foresee the future, through the implementation of the National Agenda of the UAE Vision 2021 to make all its provided services electronic.
This was followed by an interactive session with the distinguished speakers, wherein students and visitors had an exceptional opportunity to foresee the future of higher education and research in India.
In "Predicting the Turn: The High Stakes Game of Business Between Startups and Blue Chips", Dave Knox (Managing Director of WPP Ventures and Chief Marketing Officer of Rockfish, a WPP agency and a seven-year veteran of Procter & Gamble, where he was instrumental in the digital turnaround that led to P&G being named to AdAge's Digital A-Lis) discusses the new high-stakes game of business between disruptive startups and Blue Chip companies, teaching readers how to foresee the future of their industry.
Impossible then to know what Israel would come to mean to him, or to foresee the future occupation of his home in Palestine.
It is most likely that the destiny of the estate tax, the stretch IRA and any other proposed tax law changes will be part of a broader-reaching tax reform package, and the final outcome is known only to those who have an ability to foresee the future.
In his remarks, Hadjigeorgiou said the European edifice will continue to tumble for years, noted that nobody can, at this stage, foresee the future of Europe.
Former United midfielder McKinnon said: "I'm still Raith Rovers manager, but I cannot foresee the future.
Imara appears to have magical powers and the ability to foresee the future, but is it a gift or her innate sense of survival which has given her a voice?