think ahead


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w>think ahead

vivorausdenken; (= anticipate: driver etc) → Voraussicht walten lassen
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10 Kempton Despite failing to justify favouritism on his handicap debut at Ascot on his latest start, Think Ahead still appeared to be going the right way and there is no obvious reason why he won't improve again.
Because it readily connects to hundreds of digital marketing technologies, the Acquia Platform gives organizations the freedom to innovate and think ahead to the future.
THINK ahead to Fairtrade Fortnight with Co-operative support.
Teachers Assurance, the financial services provider who has been working with teachers and their families since 1877, has today announced the launch of their new brand, designed to help teachers, individuals and families to think ahead when it comes to their finances.
Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan said the devastating ice storm that crippled Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas in 2009 spurred the city to think ahead even more.
Furthermore, think ahead about the possible consequences of drinking and driving.
THINK AHEAD Dr Mike Guy, medical director for NHS North of Tyne PEOPLE who take regular medicine are being reminded to think ahead and plan their medication over the bank holidays after out-of-hours services were inundated at Christmas with patients needing repeat prescriptions.
But Karzai was smart enough to think ahead and win the support of warlords in remote areas in his country, Noureddin said.
Wasting food also costs the average household pounds 420 a year so shoppers are urged to think ahead, store food efficiently and use recipes for leftover food, to keep waste to a minimum and save money too.
They are having to think ahead in case Jewell feels he cannot go any further and the fans turn on him in a big way.
PC Dick Collins said: "However keen you are to start your holiday you should think ahead to make sure your wellearned vacation isn't spoiled while you are away by having your home broken into.
Proverbs 16:9 (New International Version) IT'S good to plan and dream and think ahead.