According to the researchers, the technology foretells
areas to be hit by a gale measuring 54 kilometers per hour or stronger after the radars monitor rain drop movements in the clouds by sending radio waves.
Witnessing a murder in a dream foretells
sadness from others' misdeeds.
In 1552 the French astrologer Michel de Notredame (1503-1566), better known by the Latinized version of his name as Nostradamus, began to put out gibberish verses that purported to foretell
It is a story that has clear parallels with controversies over our national forests, and it may foretell
what could occur in other states.
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) "Molecules in Blood Foretell
Development of Preeclampsia", Wednesday, September 6, 2006
The new pope's choice of Benedict may also foretell
the direction of his papacy.
Then, they checked whether their model could foretell
El Ninos on the basis of Pacific sea-surface temperature measurements collected since 1856.
In recent years, researchers have pinpointed metabolic brain deficiencies and other early markers that may foretell
Does it foretell
efforts by the Christian Coalition to repeal such laws in the ten other states that have them?
The ABT partnerships in the classics (Ananiashvili and Bocca, Herrera and Corella, Jaffe and Carreno) packed the monstrously large (and, for most dance, inappropriate) Metropolitan Opera House while discoveries at NYCB (see pages 54-56 on Maria Kowroski) and the spring workshop performances by the School of American Ballet (see pages 90-92) foretell
a bright future over there.
Blood concentrations of two proteins that affect blood vessel growth appear to foretell
preeclampsia, the baffling pregnancy condition that can threaten the lives of both a woman and her unborn baby.
However, leasing prospects also remain strong for 1999, as three leases with freight forwarding companies recently negotiated by Cushman & Wakefield totaling more than 75,000 square feet alone foretell