prognosticate


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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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A comparison to prognosticate the need for intervention during endoscopy found the AIMS-65 has a superior specificity (52%), whereas the GBS has a higher sensitivity (57%) and a lower specificity 43%.
Following the general session, "Bringing Together Federal & State Leaders: Priorities & Perspectives on Chemical Policy Management" is a program of legislative experts ready to prognosticate on the future of TSCA and other legislation.
Umar goes on to say that this is in comparison to the 27 per cent plunge witnessed in 2009 and that trends indicate that 2011 will see the UAE's ad market returning back to positivegrowth.However,itistooearly to prognosticate a double digit growth, he cautions.
Cautioning that his company usually doesn't prognosticate about the future, he said, "Our current thinking about 2011 is that 2010's positive momentum could continue and, together with improvements in sales force effectiveness, could result in revenue being flat year-over-year."
While we are normally reticent to prognosticate about these sorts of things, a good site for a Little Rock location might be the old Kroger building on Chenal Parkway.
SEPTEMBER 2007 Can you prognosticate the future of the specialty?
Let them speak and prognosticate to their hearts desire, they can have no influence on me.
When symptoms emerge, patient and doctor diagnose, prognosticate, select a clinical team, and forge expectations for managing and curing the condition.
Understanding of sulphur capture at fluidized-bed combustion can give an opportunity to prognosticate sulphur capture performance.
Weather forecasters usually prognosticate precipitation, pollen, and poor air quality.
"I'm too busy to think about 'the future of the newsletter industry,'" commented Beth Early of Business Publishers Inc., Silver Spring, Maryland, when asked to prognosticate.