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Poetics 1454 b5: [Greek Words Omitted] ('but a device should be used for the things outside the plot, either those things which happened before, which it is not possible for a human to know, or those things which happen later, which need foretelling and announcement').
The Veros model has proven amazingly accurate at foretelling how much property values will increase or decrease in a given market.
In another, a mysterious girl seems to appear among groups of friends as a foretelling of fatal car accidents each clique then suffers.
The announcement of the Eucharist, after the multiplication of the loaves and fishes, was also a foretelling of the first Eucharist at the Last Supper.
What we see mostly are the rituals surrounding the Dalai Lama, including a scenes of a crazed shaman foretelling the future and a bizarre funeral.
The extent of cracks and loose materials on the facade were much worse than had been visible from a distance, foretelling a significant increase in work needed to repair hazards.
They all have made incredibly accurate predictions in the past, foretelling earthquakes, tsunamis, presidential elections, and many other major events.
However, he did not mention foretelling a victory as the Dodgers fell 4-2 to the Colorado Rockies in front of 38,417 to end the possibility of a season-best four-game winning streak.