Examples of prospective in a Sentence
- In 2005 [Jerry] Colangelo arranged face-to-face sit-downs with every prospective national team player, to hear in their own words why they wanted to represent their country. —Alexander Wolff, Sports Illustrated, 28 July 2008
- All too often in the post-Vietnam past—the first Gulf War, for example—the default position of the Democratic Party has been to assume that any prospective use of U.S. military power would be immoral. —Joe Klein, Time, 21 Aug. 2006
- All of these arguments were prospective, all anticipated the role that public opinion would play in future constitutional disputes. —Jack N. Rakove, Original Meanings … , 1996
Recent Examples of prospective from the Web
Dozens of prospective book buyers flooded The Twig Book Shop with calls when the store at the Pearl complex near downtown opened at 10 a.m. Friday, bookseller Sam Jimenez said.
What's unequivocal is that Dre's ironclad contract frightened off almost every prospective label, at least until Iovine swooped in flush with Gerardo and Marky Mark money.
CareerLink is the governmental entity that links employers and prospective employees.
During two weeks of jury selection, Judge Samuel Feng repeatedly told prospective jurors that immigration, sanctuary cities, gun control and their political views should not enter into their deliberations.
Lopez appreciates the chance work through the stereotypes or concerns that prospective employees may have about working in a military hospital or other federal institution.
Remember that companies often search prospective employees by keyword, so keep your experience and certifications up-to-date and detailed.
Corporations and companies vet their prospective employees.
The net book value of Xchange Leasing’s more than 30,000 vehicles was about $400 million, WSJ reported, citing a company document that was compiled for prospective buyers.
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medical Definition of prospective
prospectivelyplay \-lē\ adverb
legal Definition of prospective
- a statute's prospective effect
- prospective inability to perform the contract
- a prospective buyer
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