Recent Examples of foreseeable from the Web
One of the foreseeable glitches is how late before the draft starts could an undreclassman who declared decide to return to school.
Unless these companies dramatically pivot their businesses away from big brick-and-mortar stores and malls, that pain could continue for the foreseeable future.
Season 5 is back on Netflix with the Underwoods looking to seize control of America for now and the foreseeable future.
Unlike that arrangement, however, Ms. Avakian is expected to remain in the role for the foreseeable future.
In the 2018 Pentagon budget plan sent to Congress this week, the Air Force proposed to keep all 283 A-10s flying for the foreseeable future.
Satellite buildings are the only foreseeable solution to an eventual space-crunch.
Gao calmly rattled off a fairly staggering list of statistics on how rapidly the phone system there is growing – half to three-quarters of a million lines added per year for the foreseeable future.
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Legal Definition of foreseeable
: such as reasonably can or should be anticipated : such that a person of ordinary prudence would expect to occur or exist under the circumstances a foreseeable risk the foreseeable expenses a foreseeable plaintiff
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