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  • Others conjectured that the playoffs were overshadowed by anticipation for next summer's Olympics.
  • Tokyo stocks rose early Monday, buoyed by anticipation of consolidation at manufacturers and insurers.
  • The correction was limited by anticipation for a seasonal spring rally, market watchers said.
  • And retail companies are being hit by anticipation of a softer economy and slower sales.
  • Motivated as much by anticipation as altruism, some 100, 000 donors passed through the turnstiles.
  • It's the time when the gardener's world is defined by anticipation, frustration, and four walls.
  • When the gun went off in Friday's race, his guilt had been replaced by anticipation.
  • Japan's main index edged higher Monday morning, buoyed by anticipation of consolidation at manufacturers and insurers.
  • He excels more by anticipation than athletic ability.
  • "My tingles from Wednesday are being replaced by anticipation, " said Bill Clement, the ESPN analyst.
  • The rising growth expectations for the first half are largely fed by anticipation of substantial inventory rebuilding.
  • But the gains were offset by anticipation of damp weather next week that should help troubled crops.
  • The uncertainty of whether war would come has been replaced by anticipation of the first shots fired in anger.
  • Corn futures were helped by anticipation of fewer barley exports from the European Union because of an export tax.
  • Technology stocks continued to roll Tuesday, with semiconductor issues buoyed by anticipation of strong fourth-quarter demand for new products.
  • The gain has been spurred by anticipation of economic and stock market recovery and perceptions that rates are going higher.
  • Soybeans were pressured by anticipation that heavy supplies of soybeans from Brazil and Argentina soon will enter the world market.
  • Trading enthusiasm was tempered by anticipation of what Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan will say in Congressional testimony on Wednesday.
  • They also are also driven by anticipation of Federal Reserve policy, of course, which is also guided by its policy-makers'inflationary expectations.
  • Trading enthusiasm might be tempered today by anticipation of what Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan will say in Congressional testimony on Wednesday.
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