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look ahead

to think about the future We need to look ahead as much as five years to make realistic plans.
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look ahead

v.
1. To cast one's gaze forward: The passengers looked ahead toward the horizon to keep from getting seasick.
2. To think about the future: After months of work, we looked ahead to summer vacation.
See also: ahead, look
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Therefore, a distinction should be made about the Look AHEAD study.
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Castillo said he has resisted the temptation to look ahead.
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As we look ahead to the worldwide growth of wireless systems, we're also looking ahead to numerous new applications for Telular's patented fixed wireless technology," he said.
With the recent inclement weather forcing several local teams to scramble to get in practices and matches across the Santa Clarita Valley, it creates an opportunity to take a look back at this season and a chance to look ahead to the final two weeks of the regular season.
The special 10-page section gives readers a look ahead at the games, the athletes and the city where the world will focus its attention.
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Meanwhile, traders have begun to look ahead to the holiday shopping season.
E[acute accent]"As I look ahead with confidence to the completion of the Travelers integration, and consider the overall strength of both the company and its management team, I have concluded that this is the right time to set a management transition schedule.
As we look ahead to 2005, the software industry is on solid ground and is positioned for growth," said Massachusetts Software Council chairman Paul Egerman.