The mainstream LGBT movement, meanwhile, still insists that neither of these futures will come to pass.
I smuggled drugs to make money for them, to pay for their schooling, to secure their futures with good careers.
Even without this disease, Gaddafi has destroyed all our futures.
In premarket trading, futures on major U.S. stock indices were off about 0.8 percent.
futures are frightening, more so than at any time since the 1930s.
"I thought you knew it wouldn't alter our futures," he said.
He might note in January, let us say, that the price of May or July futures is favorable.
This may be looked upon as a sort of intermediary step 226 between storing wheat in ones own granary and dealing in futures.
But they felt that something had better be done toward assurance of their futures.
We liked to be alone together that last month, to think the long, long thoughts of youth and talk about our futures.
late 14c., from Old French futur, from Latin futurus "going to be, yet to be," as a noun, "the future," irregular suppletive future participle of esse "to be," from PIE *bheue- (see be). The English noun (late 14c.) is modeled on Latin futura, neuter plural of futurus.
A contract to buy or sell a specified amount of a commodity or financial instrument at an agreed price at a set date in the future. If the price for the commodity or financial instrument rises between the contract date and the future date, the investor will make money; if it declines, the investor will lose money. The term also refers to the market for such contracts.