crystal ball

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a glass or crystal globe used in crystal gazing by fortunetellers

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While Crystal Ball has been around for more than a decade, Decisioneering launched a Web-hosted version within the last year.
The Crystal Ball is the premiere fundraising event in the Hampton Roads/Tidewater area, where 100 percent of the funds raised go toward Muscular Dystrophy and ALS research and projects to improve the quality of life for "ALL" people with disabilities.
It is called the Wynyard Club Charity Ball and came about after the organisers of the Wynyard Crystal Ball decided they would no longer use our premises on this particular day.
The professional edition of Crystal Ball 2000 also includes upgrades to the following products: OptQuest, CB Predictor, and the Developer Kit.
com, "the Crystal Ball adds a little bit of magic to your holiday shopping.
Erlewine plays all of the games at Table Mountain, saying "I love Bingo and knew that someday I would hit the Crystal Ball and I did it.
It doesn't take a crystal ball to see that the slaphead and the slapper have got the hots for each other, big time.
Decisioneering developed the Spanish, German and French versions of Crystal Ball as part of our ongoing efforts to provide non-English speaking business professionals, academics and government personnel around the world with the best tools possible to meet their needs," said Eric Butz, vice president of Engineering at Decisioneering, Inc.
AN AMATEUR psychic watched his flat go up in smoke - thanks to a blaze started by his crystal ball.
We're looking at a crystal ball,'' board member Dennis King said.
When the Waterford crystal ball drops gently - on New Year's Eve, it will be lit by Philips Lighting's new Halogen 2000.
We're happy to partner with Decisioneering to bring the benefits of Extreme Speed to Crystal Ball users," said Daniel Fylstra, CEO of Frontline Systems.
No one's got a crystal ball, but the majority of us (RV manufacturers) believe it will be short-lived,'' Rex said of the slowdown.
While numerous sources throughout the industry anticipate 1999-2000 as a possible beginning for the next downturn, no one among us has a crystal ball.