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to tell about or make known (future events) in advance, especially by means of special knowledge or inference

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Our study suggests that in comparison to NPRs, the CNDMS provides managers with continuous patient dependency data for allocating and predicting staff allocation based on nursing care requirements.
Predicting transfer of inorganic chemicals via breast milk presents unique challenges that were not previously encountered in working with organic chemicals.
Dynamic pharyngoscopy in predicting outcome of uvulopalato-pharyngoplasty for moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea.
Warholic, "Towards predicting relative belt edge endurance with the finite element method," Tire Science and Technol.
In effect, a company executes step 1 by predicting future cash flows for income taxes.
In the predicting game, however, timing is everything.
As a result, the search for factors that impact on successful rehabilitation is ongoing and predicting rehabilitation outcomes is a commonplace activity.
With a moderate increase in stainless steel production, the bank is predicting that nickel prices will be between $3.
The process of predicting casting freezing patterns on a computer is referred to as solidification modeling.
Confirming widely held expectations of a trend toward larger molded parts, the growth estimates for users of large injection machines (over 1000 tons) are more optimistic: 64% predicting greater than 25% growth, 29% predicting growth of 1-25%, and only 7% predicting no change.
For example, systems designed to predict costs will probably do a much better job in connection with resource utilization than they will in predicting mortality.
CHICAGO -- According to a new study by BDO Seidman, LLP, one of the nation's leading accounting and consulting organizations, chief marketing officers (CMOs) at leading US retailers are predicting a very positive holiday sales season in 2006.
Unfortunately, Hanson and Ledyard didn't do a good job of predicting the future themselves.
This paper asserts that while predicting in listening is a very important listening skill and listening habit, English language learners are often reluctant to use prediction.
6, 2000, researchers at NIST and a private company demonstrated a novel technique for predicting and controlling CPU use by mobile code in the Internet.
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