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weather eye

the vision of a person trained to observe changes in the weather
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It has already taken a few steps in that direction with support for thin clients using Microsoft Terminal Server and software from Citrix Systems Inc, pilot programs for application hosting of BackOffice through its Network Solutions Group (which is part of the Consumer and Commerce division), and the assembly of a team of ten or so engineers and marketers under the supervision of marketing director Jim Ewel to keep a weather eye on the Linux operating system.
Phrases such as "scraped from the bottom of the barrel," "they don't know the ropes," "keep a weather eye open," "barge in," or "bitter end," as well as such words as bootleg, fairway, or hijack.
With responsibility for the vast eight-county region stretching from the Mexican border to Santa Maria, the Ventura County office serves as a kind of high-tech weather eye.
Public sector IT executives need to keep a weather eye on the clouds.
A I've been on the side of statins from the beginning and keep a weather eye open reports of side effects.
Will the Conservatives align themselves with a harder line on EU membership with a weather eye on the possibility of a Coalition with UKIP?
We can well cope with the sporting achievements while keeping a weather eye on our politics this July.
That's why Trident is committed to being a new type of housing-based organisation with a weather eye on value for money and the growing risks apparent in a challenging operating environment while concentrating upon maximising, and charting, our economic, environmental and community impact Measuring-Up The report, written by the Human City Institute based on its 'Measuring-Up' methodology, shows that, today, Trident The cover of Trident's Social Accounts manages around PS150 million of housing and community assets with a turnover of PS35 million, reserves of PS13 million and employing almost 850 staff.
STOCKPORT'S Raymond Prior keeps a weather eye on all that happens in his home town of Huddersfield as reported in the Examiner and was quick to respond to the back page picture of Marsh School in last week's All Our Yesterdays.
Until then, many will remain close to port, and keep a weather eye open for the next big storm coming out of Washington, D.
While Flower and captain Andrew Strauss begin to mull other pressing topics - the selection of an extra batsman, an extra bowler or an all-rounder - for the second Test, the coach is keeping a weather eye to make sure no one in the squad is lulled into too much of that relaxation.
I see myself now in my best clothes, seated in the corner of the pew with one weather eye lifting for the ever welcome box of Allenbury's blackcurrant pastilles, the other narrowing to look across at the heavily carved woodwork of the Big Seat where the deacons sat directly under the pulpit.