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plan ahead

v.
To make arrangements in advance: I planned ahead and bought my tickets a month in advance, which saved me a lot of money.
See also: ahead, plan
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I am excited to be part of the Plan Ahead Events group, and will always strive to find new ideas and ways to deliver excellent results for any event,” said Rogalski.
But unless you want to end up giving a chocolate bar or a pathetic posy from the petrol station, now's the time to plan ahead for February 14.
Suggest that staff book their next holiday soon after they get back - this will give them something to look forward to and will also help you plan ahead.
They] could confidently plan ahead many years in advance, with the certainty of an absolutely fixed calendar.
The Plan Ahead kit, which costs pounds 179, assesses the number of eggs in a woman's ovaries compared with the levels expected for others of the same age.
But it's never a bad idea to plan ahead, especially since it's a historical fact that pandemics do sweep the globe periodically.
The new and modified services will take a few extra hours to perform, so plan ahead and take no shortcuts.
Whether you want to plan an independent sightseeing adventure, plan an outdoors trip, or survey cultural attractions and local fiestas, Mexico's Pacific Coast is the handbook to plan ahead with--and take with you.
For executives who put importance in their appearance, its easier to plan ahead and line up time with Patricia than to trust your luck at a shop on the street.
His tips for safe surfing: Plan ahead and back up your data.
Plan ahead to hook up, being sure to run it past the 'rents before marking your calendar.
With the possibility of as many as 400 mining jobs being created, DeBeers officials have advised the community to plan ahead in working with them to identify types of employment and training required.
Equally important, the companies represented by TEI's membership know that to be successful, they must plan ahead and ensure that adequate resources are devoted to core functions such as customer service and employee training.