look ahead to


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Life itself is unsatisfaction, but to look ahead to death is greater unsatisfaction."
In our first podcast of 2019 - sorry about the wait - we reflect on a disappointing week forBoroand look ahead to the crucial remaining games.
If only we could look ahead to see what newly elected officials will do about vital issues.
It is shown that the number of steps to look ahead to check the safety of a state depends on the structure of a net model only.
This time of year is always a time of great hope and great expectations, as fans of all clubs look ahead to a new season with unbridled optimism.
Casualty, 8.55pm Casualty, 8.55pm 6.00 Breakfast 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11.30 MasterChef 12.00 BBC News; Weather 12.10 Football Focus Dan Walker and guests look ahead to the FA Cup semi-finals.
We look ahead to the Late Shows, browse through the Hexham Book Festival programme and preview the sixth Northern Chords festival.
At the end of a season Newcastle supporters don't look ahead to next term, they look ahead to next turmoil.
A look ahead to some of the biggest and best gigs of 2013 P6&7
"We now have to look ahead to the home game in the cup."
Evan, Reeve, Emily and Jim review the winners and losers of the 2012 election cycle and look ahead to what it all means for Texas, particularly with regard to the 2014 gubernatorial race.
VIDEO Focus on WalesOnline.co.uk Rugby show Jon Doel, Andy Howell and Simon Roberts debate James Hook's reasons for leaving the Ospreys and look ahead to Wales' clash with Australia PLUS watch interviews with Will Harries on his aim to make the Wales number 14 jersey his own and Sam Warburton on his battle with David Pocock and being selected ahead of Martyn Williams.