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It was the prognostication of the philosopher who sees human thought, volatilized by the press, evaporating from the theocratic recipient.
Looking at him and studying him, Watson felt almost sure that his old friend's prognostication was wrong.
You will believe my prognostications another time, though I daresay I shan't live to prognosticate anything but my own death.
In vain were the well-meant condescensions of Sir Thomas, and all the officious prognostications of Mrs.
According to her prognostications, I found Miss Murray in her favourite field just without the park; and, unfortunately, not alone; for the tall, stately figure of Mr.
The professional gentleman who had given Kit the consolatory piece of information relative to the settlement of his trifle of business at the Old Bailey, and the probability of its being very soon disposed of, turned out to be quite correct in his prognostications.
The day (2 February) Phil makes his famous prognostication is known as 'Groundhog Day' in the US and Canada.
SIR - I am not one given to prognostication but, because of the proposed changes that NHS Wales is considering vis a vis making Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend and Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr regional centres at the expense of The Royal Glamorgan in Llantrisant, I feel that I can confidently predict that I will shuffle off this mortal coil somewhere on the Rhigos or Bwlch mountain roads probably in a snowstorm.
That August/September prognostication puts him in line with a growing squad of Apple-watchers calling for a July/August/September release, including Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, Jeremy Horwitz of iLounge, Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster and Peter Misek of Jeffries, the Huff Post reports.
His prognostication can be readily attested by frustrated Canadian Anglicans now forced once again to struggle with this issue following the recent election of yet another female to the episcopate in this country.
343) Nothing in the book prepares us for such pollyanna-ish prognostication.
A passionate testimony of faithful prognostication, firm in its assertion that the best time to prepare oneself for the Last Days is now.