down the pike

down the pike

In the future. If you don't do your homework now, it'll be a problem down the pike when you don't know the material for the exam. I do want to get married, but down the pike, not any time soon.
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And Billy buried her in his arms and swore she was the greatest little bit of woman that ever came down the pike.
Yet, with a lot more paper coming down the pike, and expectations for higher rates in the future, there shouldn't be a lot of urgency from investors to buy.
This is their debut so we'll see what comes down the pike next.
Thought-provoking and disturbing, the stories demand that we face questions that, not too far down the pike, may require answers of us: whether or not robots have rights; how far a society can be allowed to go in monitoring its members; whether or not current sexual mores and gender roles are still relevant in a new world; how to relate to machines that are becoming more and more like humans; and how best to develop the skills needed to survive in an environment that appears hostile to human life.
West, 39, and Adidas have plenty coming down the pike this spring and summer.
Having effective representation in Olympia will be so important to helping address key issues coming down the pike, such as the recent Hirst decision (see story on next page) that could have detrimental impacts to landowners seeking to build homes on properties where domestic water would be provided by exempt wells.
So there's that; there are lots of new little Jewish glamour princes and princesses coming down the pike.
Every year, by-the-numbers doctor dramas stumble down the pike, but despite the explosion of TV production, refreshingly smart, innovative takes on this sturdy genre have been all but impossible to find.
Potential savings might come down the pike in the form of a rolled back 4.
Hirsch said that something was coming down the pike amid the June's SINDAG Convention in Brazil, a yearly conference of top players in the aviation market that aims on agriculture.
Everything is totally distorted, and there is a day of reckoning coming down the pike," he stressed.
We knew it was coming down the pike and was going to be really important," he said.
As a player on an integrated team in the Los Angeles area, and seeing the trends coming down the pike in America, I knew it wouldn't be more than a few years until the SEC (South East Conference) saw fit to integrate their teams.
Events are coming down the pike, fast and furious, hot and heavy.
It's clear that the battle between these two tech companies is far from over, and there are certain to be more international rulings coming down the pike sooner rather than later.