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future

adjective advancing, anticipated, arriving, close, close at hand, coming, designate, ensuing, eventual, expected, fated, following, forthcoming, imminent, impending, inevitable, later, likely, looked toward, looming, near, near at hand, next, nigh, pending, planned, planned for, posterus, predestined, predicted, probable, scheduled, sequent, subsequent, succeeding, to be, to come, ultimate, upcoming
Associated concepts: after acquired property, future accuired property, future advances, future contingency, fuuure damages, future debt, future earnings, future estates, future expectancy, future interests, future loss of earnings, future payments, future profits, future services
See also: forthcoming, imminent, potential, prospective, subsequent
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The projection of expected future benefit payments should include an assumption regarding the healthcare cost trend rate (3) for the periods covered by the employer's commitment to provide the benefits.
Most industry sources agree that the support of resin producers and processors is not as essential to success of the new plastics futures as is the support of financial intermediaries and the investment banking community.
If we were in Detroit, the 2020 Future Warrior system would be the concept car.
Whether individually or in teams, such organizational resources can help all members of an agency broaden their views of the future.
In addition, since this preserves each digital artifact in its original form, it must provide a way of extracting the artifact's contents for use in future computing environments.
The PWG concluded that the current prohibition on single-stock futures (part of the Shad-Johnson Accord) can be repealed if issues about the integrity of the underlying securities markets and regulatory arbitrage are resolved.
But if we ask where, within that Catholic context, the future of faith lies, the smart money is on the power of the people.
As we confront a rapidly changing future for libraries, these are excellent guiding principles for librarians as we plan for the future of libraries.
The other major concern with Statement 96 is that, because it assumes "no future events," the tax benefit of deductible temporary differences and carryforwards can be recognized only to the extent that they offset either actual taxable income reported in the carry-back period or future reversals of taxable differences.
The enacted tax rate is the same in all future years.
Recent press reports have blamed thevolatility in the stock market on stock index futures and options.
assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics and technology, said the money being spent on changing the current force into a future force is closely managed.