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for the foreseeable future

For the near future based on what one currently knows. What are the biggest issues we need to tackle for the foreseeable future?
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in the foreseeable future

In the near future based on what one currently knows. What are the biggest issues we need to tackle in the foreseeable future? I don' t think she'll be here any time in the foreseeable future, so let's eat.
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for/in the foreseeable ˈfuture

for/in the period of time when you can predict what is going to happen, based on the present circumstances: The statue will remain in the museum for the foreseeable future.It’s unlikely that the hospital will be closed in the foreseeable future (= soon).
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The Foreseeable Date of the Work Is February 2019 for a Duration of 10 Months
And if an injury has actually occurred, is it automatically now considered "possible" and hence foreseeable from that day forward?
Georgia Pe-Piper has been the series editor since the beginning and will continue for the foreseeable future.
Automated tape presently offers the lowest price per gigabyte for midrange and enterprise systems, and technology roadmaps indicate that this is expected to remain so for the foreseeable future.
Singer Carl Barat has revealed he wonOt be planning any further gigs Ofor the foreseeable futureO.
According to the court, the union failed to demonstrate that an assault by an inmate on a staff member was a foreseeable risk of its members' employment.
Where a defendant's conduct creates a foreseeable zone of risk, the law generally will recognize a duty placed upon defendant either to lessen the risk or see that sufficient precautions are taken to protect others from the harm that the risk poses.
The two-day spectacle of the "Downtown in Dogtown Festival" is now scheduled to occur over at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in the foreseeable future.
In these circumstances, the Committee believes that, against the background of its long-run goals of price stability and sustainable economic growth and of the information currently available, the risks are balanced with respect to the prospects for both goals for the foreseeable future.
Mathis will postpone his own retirement and continue as chairman and CEO for the foreseeable future.
School officials, including school counselors, have been held liable for failing to protect students from foreseeable harm (e.
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) raises its target for the federal funds rate by 50 basis points to 6 1/2 per cent and maintains the view that "the risks are weighted mainly toward conditions that may generate heightened inflation pressures in the foreseeable future".
Until the ideological split between the different stakeholders is overcome, a weak democracy will persist in Indonesia for the foreseeable future.
The group is pro-EU but wants Britain to rule out signing up for EMU for the foreseeable future.