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Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
    • of or concerned with or related to the future
    "prospective earnings"
    "a prospective mother"


    1. The company invited their prospective customers to the party.
    2. Prospective buyers couldn't make heads or tails out of the contract.
    3. Only the assumption that the reader - I better say: the prospective reader, because for the moment there is not the slightest prospect, that my writing could see the lights of publicity, - unless it miraculously left our endangered fortress Europe and brought a hint of the secrets of our loneliness to those outside; - I beg to be allowed to begin anew: only because I anticipate the wish to be told casually about the who and what of the writer, I send some few notes on my own individuum out before these openings, - of course not without the awareness that exactly by doing so I might provoke doubts in the reader, that he is in the right hands, which is to say: if I, from all my being, am the right man for a task to which maybe the heart pulls me more than any qualifying relation in character.
    4. Employer or prospective employer
    5. Each prospective member shall:
    6. NFEPAIDBY1_1 Employer or prospective employer
    7. correspondence with the prospective defendant.
    8. Employer or prospective employer FEDPAIDBY_2
    9. The Company's prospective rating was maintained at a negative level.
    10. The decision to establish an EGTC shall be taken at the initiative of its prospective members.
    11. Secrétariat d'Etat en charge de la prospective et de l'évaluation des politiques publiques
    12. On 24 June 2002, Moody's downgraded France Télécom's rating. The Company's prospective rating was maintained at a negative level.
    13. In deciding on the prospective member's participation in the EGTC, Member States may apply the national rules.
    14. A prospective calculation of the tariff advantage accruing to Terni until 2010 would also show the absence of overcompensation.
    15. prospective studies on emerging bio-technological applications in food production (e.g. functional food, cloned farm animals and molecular ‘pharming’ crops),