crystal-gazing


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Related to crystal-gazing: Crystallomancy gazing
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crystal-gazing

[ˈkrɪstlˌgeɪzɪŋ] N (fig) → adivinación f (del futuro en la bola de cristal)

crystal-gazing

[ˈkrɪstlˌgeɪzɪŋ] npredizione f del futuro
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The Left" is pretty encompassing, so let me narrow the definition: The sniveling, sanctimonious, rainbow-chasing, crystal-gazing, unicorn-riding, ideological infants who think universal peace would break out like a rash if only all guns were outlawed.
You are turning into a right LA crystal-gazing dipstick.
The only thing that seems certain from recent weeks of economic crystal-gazing is that Europe is headed for a downswing of inde-terminate depth, likely accompanied by higher unemployment.
Communication expert Petar Arsovski analyzes for Utrinski vesnik that each prediction of the general processes that will take place in the country resembles a way of crystal-gazing.
Their crystal-gazing is by turns inspiring, alarming, tongue-in-cheek, sobering, intriguing.
It was an elementary exercise in crystal-gazing to proclaim 2008 would be the year of EUR100 oil.
He begins with naval-gazing about what has gone wrong, moves through basic science and case studies to crystal-gazing about the future, and ends with a word about truth in advertising about remote sensing products.
The New England Journal of Medicine, a rather conservative periodical not aimed at the sprout-munching, crystal-gazing, guruworshipping, sandal-wearing crowd, reported that nearly 110,000 Americans die each year in hospitals from properly prescribed medication.
In the last few years she "has carved a spectacular zigzag through the spiritual marketplace, sampling meditation, chanting, crystal-gazing, yoga.