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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For instance, unlike troponin, these markers do not have the ability to risk-stratify and prognosticate patients with ACS.
We examined a number of different biomarkers, including ST2, relative to their ability to prognosticate .
The usual suspects (and a new victim) will once again be on hand to prognosticate, pontificate, and perorate about what they expect to find at NAB 2014 and to ponder, puzzle, and prepend about forward-looking trends in post-production with a Q&A session afterwards.
In the context of the rest of the day's discussions, these experts will prognosticate about the implications of all these changes on the future of the industry.
Understanding of sulphur capture at fluidized-bed combustion can give an opportunity to prognosticate sulphur capture performance.
We hypothesize, prognosticate, and proclaim today in order that, by incessant probing and debate, tomorrow might be better than today.
This technology may revolutionize our ability to prognosticate and/or treat cancer patients.
In a market like this one, there's a strong temptation to try to prognosticate, but all we can ever really know is what we're actually seeing in the marketplace.
However, EffectiveSoft considers that the tablet has still much more to show in terms of software as well, and the company's analysts prognosticate that the tablet is going to disclose more of its facilities.
With polls opening in less than 24 hours, it's a time - amid the last-minute scrambling and Comedy Central-branded rallying - to reflect, look forward and prognosticate.
We also tried to prognosticate the growth of these costs in the next decade (2005, 2010) depending on the environmental and energy policy developments.
Theology becomes a branch of physics or even, as he says toward the end of the book, a part of astronomy, for in the end it will not be just the theories of physics that will prognosticate the future of humanity, but the findings of astronomy that will be needed to confirm it.
But they, too, found "no evidence that depressive symptoms independently prognosticate worse outcomes in HIV infection.
Fans can engage with interactive elements such as the Fox Soccer Predictor, game where anyone can prognosticate which nations will advance in the tournament and share their predictions with friends on Facebook, and the Epic Goal game where users can form teams with their friends, train their players in various skills, and lead their teams to victory in match-play simulation.
Soccer enthusiasts also have the opportunity to play the Fox Soccer Bracket Challenge, where anyone can prognosticate which nations will advance in the tournament and share their bracket with friends on Facebook.