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Synonyms for forerunner

Synonyms for forerunner

one that precedes, as in time

a phenomenon that serves as a sign or warning of some future good or evil

one that indicates or announces someone or something to come

Synonyms for forerunner

a person who goes before or announces the coming of another

something that precedes and indicates the approach of something or someone

anything that precedes something similar in time


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After a brief survey of the history of statistics (particularly Bayesian), he offers chapters on Irving Fisher and statistical measures of risk; Thorstein Veblen's theories of credit risk and behavioral finance; the views of Frank Knight, Edgar Lawrence, Irving Fisher, and others on diversification and risk during the boom and bust of the 1920s; Alfred Cowles' stock price forecasting and technical analysis; the downplaying of statistical methods by John Maynard Keynes, John Burr Williams; Benjamin Graham, and David Dodd; the state of investment analysis in the 1980s; and the relationship between these forerunners and the innovators of modern financial economics.
In addition to providing distance information, the Forerunners have a navigation capability that includes functions such as add or remove the map mode, mark a location, find a location, return back to starting point, and map orientation.
She and Abigail, with whom she starts a school, are victimized by wartime sentiments and the post-bellum rise of the forerunners of the Ku Klux Klan.
These artists are chosen because they're such forerunners in taking tradition and making it contemporary in some way, while still holding on to traditional values," says Perlo.
Especially valuable is their experience as the forerunners in the tanning industry, stated Dr.
The fossil reveals that, in their invasion of the sea, these forerunners of marine turtles developed the capacity to deal with excess salt before evolving an efficient propulsion system, Hirayama reports in the April 16 Nature.
INTRINSIC Semiconductor is a privately held emerging growth company focusing on materials and device technologies based on SiC and GaN; clear forerunners for next-generation high power and high-frequency device applications.
3 NATURE, Shoshonius and modern tarsiers evolved from a common ancestor that split off from the forerunners of simians -- monkeys, apes and humans -- sometime before 50 million years ago.
From this distinctive shape they concluded that the structures were trace fossils of fecal pellets that had been produced by termites -- probably the forerunners of modern termites that also create hexagonal fecal pellets.
is one of the forerunners leading the race to the integration of active and passive devices onto silicon substrates.
Founded in 1967 and named after two 19th Century forerunners to the modern computing industry (George Boole -- of Boolean algebra and Charles Babbage -- the Babbage Computing Machine) the Company today is the oldest publicly-traded independent software vendor in the systems management industry with revenues of $226 million in calendar 1998, 970 employees and 43 offices in 26 countries.
The governments of these countries have backed Internet gaming and are the forerunners in the industry.
H2B is one of the forerunners in the emerging trend of soft-tech tools for personal health care in the 1990s.
Among them, Forerunner Signs & Graphics is now leading the industry by offering custom designed LED Signs that's both energy-efficient and stunning.