As a statesman, he had always kept one thought ahead
of the thoughts of the neighbouring chiefs in the making of treaties and the granting of concessions.
He was like so much cunning, massive steel machinery, and he did what Michael could never dream he did--and, for that matter, which few humans do and which all animal trainers do: HE KEPT ONE THOUGHT AHEAD
OF MICHAEL'S THOUGHT ALL THE TIME, and therefore, was able to have ready one action always in anticipation of Michael's next action.
As usual Van Helsing had thought ahead
of everyone else, and was prepared with an exact ordering of our work.
He thought ahead
for me, weighed my plans, and took a greater interest in them than I did myself.
A few of them have given me food for thought ahead
of qualifying campaign.
And while many have thought ahead
to having a one night stand on holiday, not all have thought ahead
to contraception and risk their sexual health.
If we were all like Julie and thought ahead
, what a huge difference we could make.
It was a slightly disappointing result for Celtic after triumphing 3-0 in their opening pre-season game against Brisbane Roar, and will have given the manager some food for thought ahead
of the Dinamo clash.
Clark's performance gives Wilson food for thought ahead
of this coming Saturday's visit to Walsall, where Pool will be seeking to get their season back on track after the 1-0 defeat at Northampton.
He's not thought ahead
and so he will be in trouble after four rounds."
If you haven't consulted this book first, you haven't thought ahead
"We're taking stories everyone knows showing, had people thought ahead
, the outcome could be very different.
"He's already thought ahead
to pass on information to me and Steve Clarke.
The Pacific Islands ran in four second-half tries to leave the South Africans with plenty of food for thought ahead
of their Tri-Nations opener against the All Blacks next Saturday in Christchurch.
You've thought ahead
and can feed yourself and your neighbors from your own garden.