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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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But if you're among a foresighted few, or you happen to have a disability, you might see these devices as potentially life-changing.
Foresighted insurers hire/support a student internship between their junior and senior year, then apply rotational training so the new employee can learn about areas such as marketing, underwriting, and claims, Marlett says.
On the flip-side, United's astute scouting network, their intolerance of players bidding for one final pay-off and the foresighted approach to ticketing will also continue.
Alan Pardew was hailed for his foresighted approach.
"We need a disruptive policy of reforms that are so foresighted that they are relevant not just for 5-10 years but much beyond that - a vision and an action plan that regenerates revives, renews andrevs up the country.
As Israeli decision-makers are foresighted people, they have already begun labeling the Hamas as their arch-enemy instead of Iran.
"We shall continue to pursue our sustainability journey, being wise in the exploitation of our natural resources, being foresighted, and executing our responsibilities with diligence," al-Sada said.
Randers reminds his readers that the aim of The Limits to Growth (LtG) was to signal the importance of foresighted action on environmental matters.
Her commitment is driven by an aspiration to revamp attitudes and nullify the commonplace avoidance syndrome, through the introduction of diverse avenues for thoughtfully reaching a state of foresighted preparedness and personal enrichment.
(We can thank our lucky stars that foresighted Americans, starting around 1970, built the institutions to protect our air and water.
Demand for a Cwricwlum Cymreig led to the then Education and Skills Minister taking the foresighted decision to order a review of the teaching of Welsh History in 2012 and the establishment of a Welsh History Review Group led by Dr Elin Jones, due to be published in September this year.
Foresighted. Washington knew his actions would define our nation for centuries to come.