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prospect

(Outlook), noun ambition, anticipation, assurance, calculation, certainty, chance, coming events, contemplation, destiny, expectance, expectancy, expectation, fair chance, faith, fate, forecast, fortune, good chance, hope, intention, likelihood, likeliness, plan, possibility, prediction, presumption, probability, promise, reasonable chance, reliance, speculation, time ahead, trust, well-grounded hope

prospect

(Prospective patron), noun applicant, interested party, likely client, likely customer, likely patron, likely person, possibility, possible client, possible customer, possible patron, prospective client, prospective customer, recruit
See also: chance, contemplation, customer, expectation, likelihood, motive, opportunity, possibility, potential, probability

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in Scots property law, the urban servitude non aedificandi (‘not to build’), altius non tollendi (‘not to build beyond a certain height’) and non officiendi luminibus (‘not to interfere with light’) combine to restrain proprietors, from their otherwise existing rights, from building, extending upwards or otherwise acting to impede the other proprietor's light. There is authority for another servitude of light that prohibits the making of windows that would interfere with the neighbour's privacy. See EASEMENT.
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Successful management of donor prospects evolves along the following developmental process, referred to as the "Seven 'l's of Fundraising:"
Also, humor is "me-oriented" copy (see how clever I am), and selling copy should be all about the prospect.
Ledford's letter, addressed ``Dear Prospect Medical Supporter,'' asks for campaign contributions of at least $99 each for Root and Mayfield.
Dan Gooder Richard, president of Gooder Group, said "One of the most significant discoveries from the study is the fact that 74 percent of the prospects were not working with agents, and 65 percent had not pre-qualified for a loan.
While exhibitors are talking to the prospect, they can also press any of the nine buttons found on the top of the reader, qualifying the prospect's needs immediately.
If your newsletter package is constructed as many are, the prospect opening the letter doesn't yet realize this is a publication offer, and may never have heard of the newsletter, so shouting "Save $60" in the headline is just confusing.
At its April 12 meeting, the Antelope Valley Hospital board discussed leasing or donating the land the hospital owns to the city of Palmdale and Prospect for a hospital.
This prospect could be New York's number one deadbeat.
In other firms, the salesperson is actively involved throughout the sale, from identifying and evaluating the prospect to signing an engagement letter.
This will serve as your SIC nucleus and will provide a group of prime prospect industries that constitute your present customer's competitors--an area in which you have demonstrated your ability to be competitive and produce to known quality and other customer requirements.
During 2006, the company completed the 6,900-foot Lauer #1-21 well as the third oil well on its 2,560 gross acre Buffalo Creek Prospect.