premonition


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an early warning about a future event

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Adnan takes a distinctly posthuman stance in Premonition, putting human and nonhuman consciousness to work collaboratively in an investigation of time, space, being, love, and death.
Premonition is an Artificial Intelligence system that mines Big Data to find out which attorneys usually win before which Judges.
These are some of the questions answered by a study done using Big Data by Premonition LLC, a Florida-based artificial intelligence company targeting the legal industry.
KODALINE frontman Steve Garrigan revealed he had a psychic premonition he would be involved in a road accident.
According to the publisher: " Premonition is a short book that refuses finality in a world of contingencies and human unpredictability.
Cross, wearing a black headband, had a premonition that he would die in the battle which proved correct.
Chamier had finished second, beaten a head, to Premonition but, after consulting with the colt's trainer Vincent O'Brien, Rickaby objected and the placings were reversed, a decision that infuriated Premonition's trainer Captain Cecil Boyd-Rochfort, who did not have another runner in an Irish Classic for 12 years.
SIR Paul McCartney has told how he and John Lennon shared a premonition about finding treasure before they formed The Beatles.
Meanwhile, a premonition from an Observer forces Olivia into making a difficult decision.
London, Mar 18 (ANI): Jose Mourinho had a premonition and predicted it rightly that his Real Madrid will play Tottenham in Champions League quarterfinal.
THERE'S a good chance most gamers haven't heard of Deadly Premonition.
His stepmother has had a premonition of deadly danger and has begged him not to travel in this train but he is unimpressed by her emotionalism and insists on taking the first train that arrives.
The stones are mute but the photograph speaks, not just as the memory of a great city, but also as the premonition of the fate of our cities.
They are low down the league and Cardiff are riding high, but I had a bit of a premonition City were going to find it tough.