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I made educated guesses and we try and get answers and bits of information from the writers, but they keep it close to their chest.
The forecast was for drying ground and while you can never be sure, the most educated guesses were predicting Monday's ground to be soft at worst, with warm weather on the day itself expected to dry it ever further.
In other words, gas companies are taking educated guesses.
Increases are based on actuarial estimates which are educated guesses about factors including the estimated ratio of sick and healthy people in a particular insurance pool, the normal growth in health-care costs, and government regulations.
Though many of the details of Victor's life remain a mystery, Losure's educated guesses and well-written assumptions will carry even reluctant nonfiction readers through to the end.
So far, scientists had tried to merely make educated guesses at the age of lobsters judged from their size.
The company does not divulge much information on EC2, making such educated guesses necessary.
As for the songs chosen by other Chelsea players, we can only hazard educated guesses.
Renowned twentieth-century experts made many educated guesses about what life in the early twenty-first century would be like, and many of those guesses turned out to be spectacularly wrong, notes freelance journalist Paul Milo in Your Flying Car Awaits.
Bringing together the ideas of health services researchers and healthcare managers, this book explains how healthcare leaders can move from making educated guesses to using evidence-based (EB) management to make decisions.
You can make educated guesses but whether they are the right guesses is open to debate.
BY MAKING EDUCATED GUESSES about how best to traverse unfamiliar terrain, robots developed at Purdue University were able to cut their navigation time.