Projection

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Projection

The use of econometric models to forecast the future performance of a company, country, or other financial entity using historical and current information.

Projection

The use of certain data to predict future market movements, economic trends, and other things. Various methods exist for making projections; experts differ on which ones, if any, work. See also: Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis, Random Walk Theory.

projection

A forecast of future trends in a business,based on past experiences or on other currently available data. A projection that senior housing needs will increase at 12 percent per year for the next 5 years may form the basis for a pro forma profit and loss statement for development of a retirement community.

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The reason why same-sex "marriage" is becoming increasingly legitimized is that it is part and parcel of the new dominant view of sex.
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Continue to add views until you've covered all the possible presentation scenarios you require.
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Yet today's creation scientists are confident that it is, in the words of the title of one of their books, a monument to catastrophe, despite the overwhelming dismissal of their view by the scientific community as absurd.
First person can elicit the reader's emotions, or empathy, even when the narrator does horrible things like Humbert in Lolita, which is told from the point of view of a pedophile.
Image stability appears more than adequate in this range, and the field of view lies between 250 and 350 feet at 1,000 yards.
Since Spenser's prose dialogue is the centerpiece of much recent work on "Spenser and Ireland," a new edition of A View is long overdue.
After the laser line is located in the field of view of the camera, the laser coordinates are transformed from the camera view into an X/Y view.
Texts such as these seem to ask of an exhibition like "Viewing Olmsted," Is vision the most illuminating lens through which to view Olmsted?