long view


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long view

n
the consideration of events or circumstances likely to occur in the future
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The stout turnkey having been relieved from the lock, sat down, and looked at him carelessly, from time to time, while a long thin man who had relieved him, thrust his hands beneath his coat tails, and planting himself opposite, took a good long view of him.
The banded ones were all dressed in white gowns--a gay survival from Old Style days, when cheerfulness and May-time were synonyms--days before the habit of taking long views had reduced emotions to a monotonous average.
Her new work, called The Long View, explores how the parliament has transformed Scotland over the past two decades.
'Throughout my nearly 17 years as CEO of Coherent, I always try to take the long view on the markets, technologies and the company,' said Ambroseo 'I believe this approach allows us to make better decisions benefitting all stakeholders, but this also requires a tradeoff between professional and personal priorities.
The April 120s were opened in November as part of a risk reversal when shares were near 112, suggesting the long view dates back to that point.
'With micro, small and medium enterprises leading the growth of our country, our partnership complements that of ICTSI's principle of upholding the long view of things-creating impact that is felt across borders and generations,' ICTSI Global Corporate and Asia Pacific Head Christian R.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States, Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry has emphasized on taking a long view of bilateral relations between Pakistan and the US where a lot of time, efforts, resources and good will have been invested in the last seven decades.
The conversation with the Ambassador concluded the two-day long Conference titled 'Pakistan Beyond Seventy: The Long View' jointly organized by SAIS and LUMS with participation from think tanks and academia from Pakistan and the US.
| The book of the project, also titled The Long View, is available from the museum bookshop or from somewhere-nowhere press, at PS15.
The exhibition, titled The Long View, follows a tree trail over several years by photographer Rob Fraser and his writer wife Harriet.
McCall added: "We have had conversations and he's taking the long view and thinking about the World Cup in 2019 - it's not all on the autumn of 2017."
In this regard, New Delhi may need to take the long view for its national interests.