premonitor

premonitor

(priːˈmɒnɪtə)
n
a person who, or a thing which, forewarns
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If deemed appropriate by the commander, CCP Soldiers should premonitor casualties to detect contamination during triage of ambulatory casualties.
--"!Chico, si tu tienes el microscopio electronico (ME) y yo el colposcopio, vamos a resolver el problema del origen del cancer cervical en menos de lo que canta un gallo!" Habiamos venido examinando con el ME biopsias del cuello uterino y estabamos conociendo mejor la ultraestructura del epitelio exocervical, cuando JT nos hizo aquel premonitor comentario (1, 2).
Further research into the relationship between low ferritin as a premonitor of iron deficiency anemia is important for both medical and performance reasons.