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For X going to be developed, this is enough. Correct grammar? [on hold]

I am wondering whether this is a correct usage: For the system going to be developed, the diagram is shown below. I said that without thought and now I wonder as Google yields no hits on similar ...
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A prediction made in the past that affects something we will do in the future

Please ignore the factual accuracy of this sentence and focus on the tenses used. If the Mayans were wrong to end the calendar on Dec. 20, 2012, we'll use your donation to fund 2013 programming. ...
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160 views

About two mutually related, future actions [closed]

Is it correct to say: "I will do that thing when I will talk to him."?
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What's the difference between “he's going to start walking” and “he's going to walk”? [closed]

What's the difference between "he's going to start walking" and "he's going to walk"? Are there any shades of meaning here?
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3answers
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“These will be, should be” [closed]

Is the following sentence correct? "... the goods will arrive later. These will be, should be packed, will be stored in our third shed" I don't know if it does make sense to you guys, but since ...
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Is “this Monday” or “next Monday” the correct way to refer to the very next Monday in the future? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What day is next Tuesday? When I refer to the very next Monday that will occur in the future, I say "next Monday". Some colleagues refer to it as "this Monday", with ...