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"Anticipating" is a song by American recording artist Britney Spears. The song was written by Spears while co-written and produced by Brian Kierulf and Josh Schwartz for her third studio album, Britney. It was released on June 24, 2002 by Jive Records, as the fifth single from the album in France. Lyrically, the disco song, is about friendship and camaradie between women. It was met with critical praise, with reviewers complimenting its empowering lyrics and comparing it to 1980s compositions of Madonna and Rick Astley. "Anticipating" achieved minor commercial success, peaking at number thirty-eight on the French Singles Chart. The song was promoted with a performance in the Dream Within a Dream Tour, where Spears wore a patched denim skirt and danced in front of giant crayon drawings. An accompanying music video, directed by Marty Callner, consisted of the performance from Live from Las Vegas. "Anticipating" was also promoted in a commercial Spears filmed for Toyota Vios.
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The wise man avoids evil by anticipating it.
It is very emotional for me,mand I’m anticipating the emotions to grow even more as the date gets closer.
Investors are cautiously bullish on the mainland markets and are anticipating a strong start as they reopen.
I'm anticipating a Democrat succeeding me. I'm confident in the wisdom of the American people on that front.
Fischer did not provide any new substantive information to the market, which is already anticipating a September hike.
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