for the time immediately expectant

20:00 Oct 8, 2009
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English language (monolingual) [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Other
English term or phrase: for the time immediately expectant
...for the time being immediately expectant upon the term hereby created

What means this expression?

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Clauwolf
Local time: 08:25


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3We look forward to the next period with excited anticipation
Gary D


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We look forward to the next period with excited anticipation


Explanation:
For the time being (we) wait with baited breath (in excited anticipation) of/for the new term (period of time) that has been created (because something has happened)
We look forward to the next period with excited anticipation.

Ie: Tonight (09/10/2009) when they explode the module in the crater on the moon looking for water. All the scientists will be salivating at the thought that there will be conformation that there is water on the moon.

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Note added at 1 hr (2009-10-08 21:57:04 GMT)
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New reply...

Your new text is totally confusing.. but it looks like the term is "the Landlord" and it is the term which has been created to cover all revisioners for the time being and shall be marked as the expectant term to use, until another term is created to cover these persons/companies/entities.

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Note added at 10 hrs (2009-10-09 06:14:27 GMT)
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Term = Phrase or Phrase associated with or given to the body of persons or entities who shall be from here in named "The Landlord(s)"

(Still it is a lot of verbal diarrhea or El-Toro Poo Poo)

Gary D
Local time: 21:25
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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