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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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Most parents of children with special health care needs are more interested in hearing that their physicians and health care teams will partner with them, will be there "the whole time," that their interest, energy, and attention won't diminish with any prognosticated shadows.
Hewitt, meanwhile, is celebrity prognosticated as the new superpower.
Selectivity is going to dominate market buying in the future," prognosticated Larry Friedrichs of Kushner-locke.
In a recent roundtable discussion with Mergers & Acquisitions magazine (an affiliate publication of Directors & Boards), a group of investment bankers prognosticated on the M&A market for this year.
Two appraisal wells drilled in Malaysia encountered less than prognosticated oil pays and were abandoned.
The prognosticated CBM resources are estimated to be of the order of 63 Trillion Cubic Feet (TCF).
This is possible, he emphasised, as only 73 billon barrels out of 205 billon barrels of prognosticated hydrocarbon resources have been established so far, leaving 133 billion barrels to be unlocked," he added.
Arguably, not much better off than those ``experts'' prognosticated.
Barry Eichengreen, an economics professor at the University of California at Berkeley, lamented the removal of Lavagna and prognosticated bad times with Miceli.
Taking into account their tendency to deposit onto heat-exchange surfaces by the molecular, diffusion, thermophoresis and some other forces, intensive fouling of these surfaces may be prognosticated by measuring their concentration in a solid volume-fraction on a local surface.
In the 35-page diary, which Sheen wrote between the years of 1979-1980, he prognosticated that he would go wacky some day.
UCLA's seed was a tad lower than many bracketologists prognosticated - likely because the Bruins were penalized hard for losing to Oregon State in the first round of the Pacific-10 Tournament - but the setup might be favorable.