And he who proclaimeth the EGO wholesome and holy, and selfishness blessed, verily, he, the prognosticator
, speaketh also what he knoweth: "BEHOLD, IT COMETH, IT IS NIGH, THE GREAT NOONTIDE
Moscow: Russia on Monday named a deaf white cat who lives in Saint Petersburg's historic Hermitage Museum as its official prognosticator
for the World Cup.
I definitely see my shadow," said Willie, the seer of seers and prognosticator
Punxsutawney Phil's handlers announced that the rodent weather prognosticator
saw his shadow.
I've never been much of a prognosticator
of handgun trends, but in this case, I believe the .
In 2006, he was named the most accurate prognosticator
by Fox News, MSNBC, CNBC and the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism.
As more than one prognosticator
has noted, if "Boyhood" goes all the way, it's because it hits that sweet spot where critical admiration and simple, deeply relatable feeling converge.
Punxsutawney Phil has predicted a swift end to winter, after failing to see his shadow.
A final section on connections with other fields looks at Fibonacci numbers, algebraic models of physiological cycles in matrix genetics, and connections between genetic matrices and the ancient Chinese prognosticator
the I Ching.
Anemia as a useful prognosticator
and therapeutic strategies aimed to increase hemoglobin levels in CHF should be investigated.
Low serum testosterone level has emerged as a reliable prognosticator
of metabolic syndrome in men whose testosterone deficiency is genetic (Klinefelter syndrome), iatrogenic following surgery for testicular cancer, pharmacologically induced by gonadotropin-releasing hormone during prostate cancer treatment, or a natural consequence of aging.
at the 16th annual event was Robert Smiley, professor at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management.