Cost in terms of foregone alternatives.
The outcome is a foregone conclusion .
That is not a foregone conclusion, however.
The result should be a foregone conclusion.
Confrontation might be a foregone conclusion, milord.
This outcome is hardly a foregone conclusion.
The championship result was almost a foregone conclusion.
The outcome of the Game is a foregone conclusion.
The outcome of the election is a foregone conclusion.
Most voters believe the result is a foregone conclusion
The outcome of this football Game is a foregone conclusion.
Hours before the deadline, the lockout was considered a foregone conclusion.
The surrender of Japanese imperialism is now a foregone conclusion.
It's almost a foregone conclusion that you'll get what you want.
Experts said a spring drought in the province is a foregone conclusion.
In fact, it has become a foregone conclusion for quite some time.
The foregone conclusion of a Medvedev victory is now all but official.
Onece again, a defeat for the Conservatives looked like a foregone conclusion.
The outcome of both votes was assumed to be a foregone conclusion.
This is not just about meals foregone today or about increasing social unrest.
The Game won't be a foregone conclusion and we should not underestimate Arsenal.
Every decision means loss as well as gain & possibilities foregone as well as possibilities embraced.
Born in the land that moment, everyone had the final outcome is a foregone conclusion.
The results of the general election next week now seem like a foregone conclusion.
Fast clustering algorithm based on foregone samples in intrusion detections of mine security production
It soon became clear that a victory for Sampras was not a foregone conclusion.
If that future consumption cannot be realized , then foregone consumption today will have been wasted.
A machine cannot and is unable to help the human reader & an important opportunity foregone.
E.g.emotional expressions such as problem area, cumbersome process, or poorly controlled imply a foregone
It was a foregone conclusion that I would end up in the same business as him
In 2007 one would think that electrical power on this is land would be a foregone conclusion.
But from a nationwide point of view, the foregone consumption has a certain effect on current consumption
Usually these women are so pretty and have so much charm that marriage is a foregone conclusion.
Bygone days ; dreams of foregone times ; sweet memories of gone summers ; relics of a departed era.
Subsidies under paragraph 1 shall include both budgetary outlays and revenue foregone by governments
Sovereign credit ratings are per se irrelevant: they reveal no new information and should largely be foregone
My dream would be foregone, and I might never learn to enjoy the world as a single individual.
these regions are reimbursed for the economic development they have foregone in making way for the zones
Even accounting for all five enhancements, the value of the 1 % increase foregone by the union is greater
The measurements of the costs of health impairing pollution depends on the foregone earnings from increased
Most voters believe the result is a foregone conclusion...