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a person who foretells future events by or as if by supernatural means

to tell about or make known (future events) by or as if by supernatural means

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Augur market capitalisation ~$11 per AuEq resource ounce vs ~$79 per AuEq resource ounce for peer group companies(2).
Freeman has no history of violent crimes, Augur said, and was known as "a peaceful man and a wonderful neighbor" in the three years he lived at 2245 W.
Sin embargo, los golpes contra nuestro pais ya fueron dados y debemos tener verguenza por crimenes como el del frances Cristopher Augur y los gruesos rios de sangre causados por el hampa.
Augur completed 6 of 14 passes for 113 yards and added 30 yards rushing on four carries.
With the verve (though not the polish) of such published western letter writers as Isabella Bird and Elinore Pruitt Stewart, Augur makes it clear that she is no ordinary tourist, no "dude" seeking a brief and superficial acquaintance with the West.
B augur has built up a retail empire in the UK that includes the Iceland supermarket chain and tea and coffee vendor Whittards of Chelsea.
The book points to significant changes in the already formidable scholarship associated with early modern Scottish studies, changes that augur well for early modern Scottish studies' future contributions to early modern studies writ large.
TIME WAS, A self-respecting augur or necromancer could ply her trade in San Francisco without the long arm of the nanny state reaching into her pocket for money and the right paperwork.
In mid-2002 he drafted and sent to the Duma amendments to the subsoil law, which appeared to augur a re-nationalisation of oil producers.
As PCD&M reported last month, Christopher Augur was tapped to lead Isola as it enters a new and uncertain era.
That Sunderland, traditionally careful with their money, have hit such hard times does not augur well for the rest of the game.
While the recently implemented long-term care insurance program for federal employees will certainly send a message to the American public about one's personal responsibility to plan for long-term care needs, the short-term implications do not augur well for immediate relief.
2001), the sentence displays the misuse of auger (a tool for boring holes) for augur (to foretell or prophesy).
Worse, they can damage the central augur of a mixing wagon by striking it with the bucket.
Leaving Las Vegas, for all its merits, was not the sort of film that would augur a spate of queer-friendly movies.