It may sound vaguely threatening, but certainly not as frightening as the scenario I described in the draft 2011 speech.
Murdoch would remain as chairman under the scenario reported by Bloomberg.
The clearest precursor of this scenario was Helios Airways Flight 522 flying from Cyprus to Athens in August 2005.
The problem with this scenario is that in terms of power and influence, the veep slot would be a step down for Hillary.
The most likely scenario is a collective leadership that will rule in the name of the Kim family—in effect, a regency.
In the second, the social tragedy Les Aubes, the scenario is the present time.
And on the way up towards the park I gets the scenario of the acts I'd missed.
By what scenario method the following film or series of films is to be produced I will not venture to say.
I think we can make use of it, though it wasn't in the scenario.
Because I must see what sort of scenario Mr. Hammond finds—if he finds any—in this contest.
1868, "sketch of the plot of a play," from Italian scenario, from Late Latin scenarius "of stage scenes," from Latin scena "scene" (see scene). Meaning "imagined situation" is first recorded 1960, in reference to hypothetical nuclear wars.
A reasoned or imagined pattern of events in the future; a possible plan: According to one scenario we only kill 87 percent of the population (1962+)