prognostication


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a phenomenon that serves as a sign or warning of some future good or evil

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Exceptional parents usually find themselves in the epicenter of prognostication.
The day (2 February) during which Phil makes his famous prognostication is known as 'Groundhog Day' in the US and Canada.
The Canary Center at Stanford hopes to combine these in vitro and in vivo platforms in an integrated approach that will lead to an accurate blood test for the early detection and prognostication of prostate cancer, along with an imaging strategy that will enable the accurate localization and biopsy of prostate lesions.
Separating essential from complex autism should be the first diagnostic step, as it leads to better prognostication, counseling, and treatment," Dr.
For half of those markets, led by Seattle, Detroit, San Francisco, Phoenix, and Colorado Springs, the news will only get better as rates of improvement in performance, measured by changes in effective rents, accelerate through mid-1998, ULI predicts in the second edition of its annual publication ULI 1997 Real Estate Forecast: MidYear Outlook by Sector, Area, and Enterprise, one of the most thorough and complete 12-month prognostication about the nation's real estate industry.
After the official prognostication ceremony, featuring Daisy Dog, a panel of scientists will be on hand to discuss "Report from the Burrow: Forecast of the Prairie Dog" report card, which grades the performance of federal and state agencies responsible for ensuring prairie dogs and the wildlife that depend on them do not disappear.
In chapter 6, van Es revisits moments of prophecy in The Faerie Queene and The Shepheardes Calender in the context of the danger attendant on political prognostication in Elizabethan England.
Almanacs were not only manuals of prognostication, but also vehicles for disseminating political and moral opinions.
The School Construction Authority, however, is not responsible for planning for overcrowding or prognostication on the numbers of additional students and classrooms needed, which is done by the Board of Education.
The AI prognostication biz has fallen on hard times.
Saturday, Phil will make his much anticipated prognostication in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.
Voluminous changing forms are to be constructed out of some mobile, plastic substance," declared Lucio Fontana in his Manifesto blanco of 1946, a prognostication that seems to have been fulfilled by Shirley Tse's proliferating, self-consuming nonpaintings (all works 2002).
His detailed analysis of some key texts includes Cardano's early prognostication of 1534.
Its great virtue--and charm--was its wildly eclectic mix of discourses, including practical production advice, New Age prognostication, and applied cybernetics.