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Synonyms for premonition

Synonyms for premonition

an early warning about a future event


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Mulyungi said that he has a premonition that NASA is headed for a major split if action is not taken immediately to end the wrangles.
The latest addition to Victoria Lane's outstanding 'Psychic Eye Mystery' series, "A Panicked Premonition" is a deftly crafted and inherently compelling read from beginning to end.
'If he has made statements and it appears that he might be sick and can't finish his term, what is that, a premonition? So, we should also be worried,' Lacson told reporters.
Etel Adnan, Premonition. Berkeley: Kelsey Street Press, 2014.
The 37-year-old prop forward brought the curtain down on his 17-year playing career by helping Leeds to their seventh Super League title with a 22-20 win over Wigan at Old Trafford and then revealed his premonition.
Premonition is an Artificial Intelligence system that mines Big Data to find out which attorneys usually win before which Judges.
These are some of the questions answered by a study done using Big Data by Premonition LLC, a Florida-based artificial intelligence company targeting the legal industry.
But given Leonardo Da Vinci's legendary powers of premonition, I think we now understand why the Mona Lisa is harrumphing the bosom while looking less than pleased.
Premonition, was published by the University of Queensland Press in
(2007/15) The Final Destination 12.10am, Film4 After a young man has a last-minute premonition of a deadly race-car crash, he helps saves the lives of a number of his peers.
Cross, wearing a black headband, had a premonition that he would die in the battle which proved correct.
A DRIVER whose car veered into a care worker had a premonition he might be going to jail, a court has heard.