foreseeably


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foreseeably

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On the mezzanine, travelers will find a large lobby that will facilitate the flow and mobility of users, which will foreseeably increase with the arrival of high speed.
According to the new Article, the Contracting States shall exchange such information on request as is foreseeably relevant for carrying out provisions of the Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreement or required for the administration or enforcement of domestic tax laws of the requesting state.
The heavy rainfall would foreseeably proceed into Monday.
He said: "Counter-terrorism protection should be a requirement of all planning consents in public spaces where the population foreseeably will congregate.
Russian meddling until the election will foreseeably follow the same multipronged approach seen elsewhere.
Under this theory, the plaintiff must show (1) that the loss was foreseeably caused by a dangerous defect and (2) the dangerous circumstance was the cause in fact for the loss.
Foreseeably, this debacle resulted in a number of unplanned pregnancies--and live births.
This does not mean that we should become gadgeters who acquire equipment which cannot foreseeably pay its way; but it does mean that machines are essential to enhance speed, completeness and accuracy .
Det Chief Insp Wallis added: "Not only had he deceived his partner to try to obtain a sum of money but he had foreseeably placed the police in a position of a major incident to find him before he was killed.
If, subsequent to this judgment, any public bodies or public officials continue to violate the constitutional command contained in Article 251, citizens who suffer a tangible loss directly and foreseeably resulting from such violation shall be entitled to enforce any civil rights which may accrue to them on this account.
Any asset transferred foreseeably must result in a benefit to the transferee in an amount commensurate with its value; and
30) The court reasoned that once the icon was "made known to the teacher and other school officials, [it] would foreseeably create a risk of substantial disruption within the school environment.