gut feeling


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aavistusnäppituntumatunne

gut feeling

nsensazione f istintiva
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My gut feeling is that Blues will survive because they have the better players but it will probably be decided by whichever team can get one or more of their strikers to earn their pay.
He does have his friends over to the house, but then I have this gut feeling he knows that I know about the condom.
Our record against Oldham isn't great and I just had a gut feeling we were going to have a difficult afternoon.
The Tigers came in for Bothroyd after he had agreed terms with the Bluebirds, but Bothroyd said: "My gut feeling was to sign for Cardiff and that's what I did.
You have a gut feeling, you feel who is going to play well under pressure.
For a locust, that urge to join the crowd may literally be a gut feeling.
We have not decided what we want to do, but my gut feeling is we would very much like him to stay.
If I go against my gut feeling, then the consequences are my fault.
After seeing his side recover from a 14th-minute strike from Derek Holmes thanks to goals by George Clegg and Ian Lawson, manager Andy Preece said: "My gut feeling is we'll be back here on March 5 to play Oldham.
Sometimes you get a gut feeling about somebody before you sign them, and then once you get to know them those gut feelings start to come right, and I believe he has leadership qualities.
I have, at times, regretted ignoring a gut feeling and I suspect that I am not done.
Business and development teams have traditionally relied on bulky reporting tools or gut feeling to plan and deliver software projects.