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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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Unlike the Eugene district, which is already predicting a deficit range and discussing potentially draconian means for dealing with it, Springfield isn't yet publicly prognosticating about what might be.
This is certainly no reflection on Postman's prognosticating prowess: In 1985, when the book was originally published, computers had just begun their march to desktop domination.
And maybe again and again and again if Carroll is as good at prognosticating as he is at winning conference championships.
Obviously, we think there are some pretty bright people prognosticating these markets and their take on an uncertain 2009 can be found all through this issue.
ViroGates A/S (Birkerod, Denmark) has patented a method of diagnosing and/or prognosticating HIV infection in a subject comprising the steps of: (a) performing in vitro a measurement of the level of a marker in the form of (i) urokinase plasminogen activator receptor (uPAR), (ii) soluble urokinase plasminogen activator receptor (suPAR), (iii) urokinase-type plasminogen activator (uPA), (iv) one or more degradation products of (i), (ii) or (iii), and/or (v) an mRNA for (i), (ii) or (iii), in a biological fluid sample from a subject, and (b) using the measurement value obtained to evaluate the state of the subject.
Kulesa operates Wunderdog Sports Picks, a sports prognosticating service, out of his house in Golden.
How pleasant, then, to spend a few hours away from all the feverish posturing and prognosticating in the company of a book that tells the tale of a fully fledged environmental success story.
What is clear is that all the prognosticating in the world pales in significance to what the voters actually do on a winter night in January in Iowa and all day on a cold Tuesday in New Hampshire.
And such prognosticating brings out the doomsayers who see the end of America as we know it.
Linda Bisson should stick to yeasts, and leave the prognosticating to people with a grasp on reality.
I think you really missed the proverbial "mark" on prognosticating that "E-books are the current fad, like blogs.
Just how did this hoopla of a prognosticating groundhog begin?
He enjoys seeing pileated woodpeckers outside his office window and quadrennially prognosticating about the summer Olympics using nothing more than economics.
The only professionals who make a habit of prognosticating about changing trends are economists, and as the saying goes, they have reliably predicted 13 of the last five recessions.
Lawyers will typically refrain from such prognosticating because they cannot know what facts the court or jury will accept as proven, what witnesses will be found credible, what legal doctrines will be applied, and how the law will be applied to facts in dispute.