prognostication


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a phenomenon that serves as a sign or warning of some future good or evil

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Bellairs warns to plan accordingly for the prognostication event.
MP prognostication led to treatment changes in 46% of cases with a reduction in chemotherapy recommendations; it allocates chemotherapy more appropriately than histopathological parameters.
It begins with setting out the environmental and developmental context for the analysis, followed by an integrated assessment of environmental change and its relationship to development over the past 20 years; discussion of emerging challenges related to genetically modified crops, invasive alien species, chemicals, and peace and regional cooperation; prognostication on future trends; and recommendations on policy options.
He also outlines Paracelsus' penchant for astrological prognostication instead of astronomy and his rumored battles with mental illness.
Similarly, trying to predict what will change in computing in 10 years is more an amusing exercise in prognostication than in actual planning.
Knowing Bearskin as I do, I stayed at the airport until the bitter end when the prognostication went from "we check the weather on the hour and we'll make our decision then" to "not a chance.
Even with hindsight, there is little to distinguish this subgroup from the other MCI subjects who did progress, clinicians must therefore be humble in the certainty of their prognostication.
The statute further notes that 'making medical prognostication of life expectancy is not always exact.
before we get too deeply into prognostication about the future of recordable optical technology, let's conduct a brief survey of the current landscape.
The poet and novelist Sir Walter Scott remarked about the prognostication skills of physicians, "they are bad guessers.
At the same time, this is precisely the kind of prognostication that worries Fed policymakers.
I accede to your superior powers of prognostication.
Le Monde lamented "a new error in prognostication, after the initial error at the end of 1998, when the experts prematurely claimed the end of the dollar's hegemony on the international financial scene.
Yiming Shao of China's National Center for AIDS Prevention and Control repeated this prognostication without the same qualifier.