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Synonyms for seer

Synonyms for seer

someone who sees something occur

a person who foretells future events by or as if by supernatural means

Synonyms for seer

an observer who perceives visually

an authoritative person who divines the future

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Will Ivar threaten the Seer's life in the next episode?
It was also said that Seer Construction Ltd did not set out to circumvent the law and the failures were a result of a lack of expertise.
Kelm, of Northwestern University, Chicago, and his associates analyzed data from the National Cancer Institute's SEER Program, from 2000 to 2014.
The proportion of cases with unspecified histology changed from 1.3% (Jordan) to 9.8% (Izmir) in the MECC regions compared with 2.4% in the SEER registries.
This study was based on public data from the SEER database; we obtained permission to access research data files with the reference number 10091-Nov 2016.
The new PMA is a key building block of the SEER family of analytical services available to YMCAs across the country.
Critique: An inherently fascinating and terrifically entertaining read from beginning to end, "Evangeline: The Seer of Wall St." establishes author Clint Adams as an impressively gifted novelist of the first rank.
It is almost a year since the singer levelled the charges against the seer. However, the probe took different turns with the seer seeking legal recourse to delay the probe against him.
In the disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, Xurpas said it acquired the majority stake in Seer for P18 million plus an "earn out" amount equivalent to a fixed percentage of Seer's net income after tax from 2015 to 2017.
While the status of axillary lymph nodes is critical for outcome, we investigated, by using data from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program (SEER) of the National Cancer Institute, whether histologic grade remains a prognostic factor regardless of the size of the primary tumor and/or the number of lymph nodes involved.
For all models, the manufacturers must provide performance information, which consists of the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and capacity at the 35 [degrees]C (95 [degrees]F) rating point, Q(95).
(7,8) Based on SEER 17 registries data from 2004-2008, non-Hispanic whites (NHW) have the highest age-adjusted incidence at 28.7 per 100,000, followed by 3.9 in Hispanic whites (HW), 1.4 in Asian/Pacific Islanders (API), and 1.0 in Blacks.
Table 5: System Categories for Determining [F.sub.exp] System System Pressure Indoor Fan System Components Category Equalization Turn-Off During Off Delay Cycle A Yes No Cap Tube, Orifice, Bleed TXV B1 No No Non-Bleed TXV, Electronic Expansion Device, Liquid Line Solenoid B2 Yes Yes Cap Tube, Orifice, Bleed TXV C No Yes Non-Bleed TXV, Electronic Expansion Device, Liquid Line Solenoid Table 6: [F.sub.exp] for Various Mixed and Matched System Combinations Matched System A B1 B2 C A 1.000 0.990 0.990 0.974 Mixed B1 1.010 1.000 1.000 0.985 System B2 1.010 1.000 1.000 0.985 C 1.026 1.016 1.016 1.000 Table 7 summarizes the SEER calculations for the mixed (tested) evaporators and their paired condensing units.
4 (Petra)-- Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah visited today the Wadi Al Seer Women Association, one of the oldest associations in the area established in 1963.
Mildred Hastbacka, John Dieckmann, and James Brodrick, the authors of July's Emerging Technologies column "High-SEER Residential AC," make good points on the technologies OEMs use, manufacturing costs relative to SEER ratings, and payback periods.