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foreseeable

adjective anticipatable, anticipated, contemplated, counted upon, expected, foreknowable, foreseen, foretellable, known in advance, looked for, perceived, planned, praesciens, predictable, probable, reasonably anticipated, to be expected, vaticinal
Associated concepts: duty to anticipate, forseeability in connidering proximate cause, forseeable dangers, forseeable injury, forseeable risk, last clear chance
Foreign phrases: Nemo tenetur divinare.No man is bound to foretell, or to have foreknowledge of, a future event. Rerum progressus ostendunt multa, quae in initio praeeaveri seu praevide ri non possunt. In the course of events, many problems arise which at the beginning could not be guarded against or foreseen.
See also: forthcoming, future, probable
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1973) ("[A] third party general contractor, who may foreseeably be injured or sustained an economic loss proximately caused by the negligent performance of a contractual duty of an architect, has a cause of action against the alleged negligent architect, notwithstanding absence of privity.
In summary, the Second, Fourth, Eighth, and Ninth Circuits have all found that conduct, regardless of whether it is on-campus or off-campus, that foreseeably involves a substantial disruption of and interference with the work and discipline of the school is not immune from administrative discipline.
Second, I propose that audience analysis should generally be governed by a simple principle: courts should seek to determine, as accurately as possible, the extent to which the regulated speech would foreseeably be processed by the targeted audience in a manner that produces social harm.
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I extend this thought by emphasizing that states and other human agents also have negative duties not to contribute to the design and imposition of institutional arrangements that foreseeably produce reasonably avoidable human rights deficits.
In its decision last month the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that "an omission or defect in the labeling for the brand name drug would necessarily be repeated in the generic labeling, foreseeably causing harm to a patient who ingested the generic.
Nonetheless, Vice Chancellor John Noble was unpersuaded that the director's good faith could justify actions that would foreseeably cause significant harm to the company.
They are labeled as frailty, fully culpable wrongdoing that is not foreseeably harmful, ambivalence or indecisiveness at the level of principle, persons who are able to exercise good judgment in some parts of their lives while exercising poor judgment in others, and the bad actions of people who are themselves victims of oppression under severe duress.
for unreasonably dangerous speech that foreseeably causes actual injury
It is not surprising then that there is a legal requirement for asbestos awareness training to be given to anyone whose work could foreseeably expose them to asbestos.
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The Canadian judge, when he publicly disclosed the indictment's contents, included a redacted list of the 231 individuals "intentionally or foreseeably injured as a direct consequence of the explosion intended to kill Hariri.