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foresight

[′fȯr‚sīt]
(engineering)
A sight or bearing on a new survey point, taken in a forward direction and made in order to determine its elevation.
A sight on a previously established survey point, taken in order to close a circuit.
A reading taken on a level rod to determine the elevation of the point on which the rod rests when read. Also known as minus sight.

Foresight

(graphics, tool)
A software product from Nu Thena providing graphical modelling tools for high level system design and simulation.
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Iran's annual dairy production capacity for 2011 is foresighted by FAO to be at 8.
Therefore we believe that the industry should rethink and shift the need to guarantee net neutrality, toward a far more comprehensive and foresighted concept of Internet neutralities characterized by:
The great quake that hit Japan, in particular, underscores the urgency to conduct in a foresighted and successful manner the researches into earthquake and volcanic activities on the Korean Peninsula as it is geographically located close to that country,'' KCNA quoted a letter the North's Earthquake Bureau sent Thursday to the South's Korea Meteorological Administration as saying.
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He said Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan and then Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul were sensitive and foresighted people, noting it was easy for him to reconcile with Erdogan and Gul when compared with the other Turkish politicians he knew.
She lauded the services of Benazir Bhutto who raised the issue of population planning in 1994 in Cairo (Egypt) and her foresighted vision saw that population would be the biggest challenge of the country if not addressed properly.
He foresighted as enemies were bent upon to fulfill its agenda at world wide level.
If Capello had truly been a foresighted manager, he would have played Sarah Jessica Parker up front with Rooney.
In Chapters 1 through 6, most Spanish colonial officials are represented as foresighted in their efforts to manage Cuban forests and log them only selectively for shipbuilding.
Thoughtful, foresighted decisions in this difficult environment will increase the chances of survival now and build toward the organization's long-term health and success.
Today's evolving markets have actually opened several opportunities to foresighted property firms.
Fortunately, he was foresighted enough to write a clear, often funny, sometimes remorseful account of his superb career as a Canadian diplomat and his exciting private life as, among other things, the lover for several decades of the Anglo-Irish novelist Elizabeth Bowen.