prognosticate


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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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Cautioning that his company usually doesn't prognosticate about the future, he said, "Our current thinking about 2011 is that 2010's positive momentum could continue and, together with improvements in sales force effectiveness, could result in revenue being flat year-over-year.
While we are normally reticent to prognosticate about these sorts of things, a good site for a Little Rock location might be the old Kroger building on Chenal Parkway.
The NADiA(TM) ProsVue(TM) assay will be independently used in this study to assist the company in furthering the hypothesis that NADiA(TM) ProsVue(TM) can be used to prognosticate post radical prostatectomy patients with low risk of prostate cancer recurrence.
I'd hate to have to prognosticate even the first round.
But Patrick Lamassoure, Film France's managing director, says it's too early to prognosticate, because the European Commission will decide on the percentage and other criteria for the cultural test in May.
Only those with crystal balls would dare prognosticate on timing, but we know these matters are cyclical.
SEPTEMBER 2007 Can you prognosticate the future of the specialty?
This is a cheap and easy way to further prognosticate risk, and it needs no additional testing," said Dr.
It's the geologists' jobs to prognosticate far in advance, and if you talk to them, they'll tell you that the planet's due for an lee age.
Let them speak and prognosticate to their hearts desire, they can have no influence on me.
Those who make it their business to predict and prognosticate have suggested that over the next ten years, approximately 70% of the field's current leaders will retire
But I am certainly here not going to cement Curran's legacy nor prognosticate about Catholic University's future, other than to say it will probably be robust and interesting and is certainly in the hands of someone who believes passionately and can eloquently articulate his vision for the institution.
During this period, those shows reinforced for me what an inexact science it is to prognosticate our economic fortunes.
When symptoms emerge, patient and doctor diagnose, prognosticate, select a clinical team, and forge expectations for managing and curing the condition.