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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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This means that if budgets are developed on predicted hours, then hospitals using CNDMS would have paid out more (7.
623) best predicted how much one identifies with being a volunteer, and these accounted for 46.
The observed total SARS incidence was within our predicted 95% CI for all three localities (Table).
Another factor, pretest score on nutrition knowledge, was a negative predictor of achievement as measured by change from pre- to posttest, but positively predicted grades and satisfaction with the course.
Predicted nominees: Spacek, Kidman, Dench, Berry, Zellweger
Negative influences on new equipment sales for 2001 are predicted to be soybean and corn prices along with farm cash receipts.
The predicted bainite distribution in the casting after quenching/cooling in air is shown at left in Fig.
Figures 10 to 13 show the predicted planar tension (pure shear) curves compared to measured data points for each compound.
Although a present value can be computed by applying any discount rate to any set of future cash flows, the result has relevance (and helps financial statement users) only if the discount rate is an observed market rate and only if the cash flows can be reliably predicted.
The term predicted cost/case is somewhat misleading, as relative weights rather than realistic costs were used in the calculation costs.
Soon the computer prints out its results--pages and pages with rows of the predicted numbers for each variable.
1987) who, found that after twelve weeks of client contact, clinical prediction was superior to statistical prediction, although both methods predicted rehabilitation outcomes.
The CIBC has predicted that Canada's economy will continue on the road to economic recovery next year.
VantagePoint now charts Predicted Long Term Crossover and Predicted Triple Crossover in addition to Predicted Short Term Crossover, Predicted Medium Term Crossover, and Predicted High and Low.
For more than a decade, an academic project called the Iowa Electronic Markets has predicted the outcomes of presidential races better than 75 percent of the polls do.