Notebook, 1993-



Realization in advance . . . . Expectation, Hope, Intuition, Foreknowledge, Prescience . . . . To look forward to . . . . To know, prepare or take action in advance or before the fact or occurrence . . . .

May be understood in terms of Motivation, Attitude, Methodology, Development, Effect, Function, etc. - as these apply to the achievement through materials of tone, value or spatial relationships, finish or sheen, movement or direction, weight, etc. May effect view, context, adjustment or fit, etc.

For Example: Drawn upon or applied as a mode of action related to creative initiative through materials and methods --perhaps subject to and essential to the broader mode of inquiry.

C O N S I D E R:

In advance






Realization beforehand

Looking forward

Taken before

To Act - Picture, Perform, cause, foresee, nullify, prevent, forestall in advance/course of events

R  E  F  E  R  E  N  C  E  S 
Anticipate 1. the act of anticipating. 2. the state of being anticipated. 3. realization in advance; expectation; hope. 4. intuition, foreknowledge, or prescience. 5. Music. a tone introduced in advance of its harmony so that it sounds against the preceding chord . . . .

Anticipate. 1. to realize beforehand; foresee. 2. to expect: to anticipate a favorable decision. 3. to perform [an action] before another has had time to act. 4. to foresee and act in advance of. 5. to cause to occur earlier than in the normal course of events. 6. to nullify, prevent, or forestall by taking countermeasures in advance: to anticipate a blow. [< L anaticpát(us) taken before, anticipated (ptp of anticipáre) = anti- (var. of ante before) + -cip (var. of cap- take) + -átus -ATE1] -Syn. 1. See expect [......ANTICIPATE is to look forward to an event and even to picture it]

[Urdang, Laurence, ed. Random House Dictionary of The English Language. New York: Random House,1968.]



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