And that we despairing ones have now come into thy cave, and already no longer despair:--it is but a prognostic
and a presage that better ones are on the way to thee,--
Such was the first distinguished exploit of Miss Frederica Vernon; and, if we consider that it was achieved at the tender age of sixteen, we shall have room for the most flattering prognostics
of her future renown.
Traveller's tales Indian lurkers Prognostics
of Buckeye Signs and portents The medicine wolf An alarm An ambush The captured provant Triumph of Buckeye Arrival of supplies Grand carouse Arrangements for the year Mr.
One great excellency in this tribe, is their skill at prognostics
, wherein they seldom fail; their predictions in real diseases, when they rise to any degree of malignity, generally portending death, which is always in their power, when recovery is not: and therefore, upon any unexpected signs of amendment, after they have pronounced their sentence, rather than be accused as false prophets, they know how to approve their sagacity to the world, by a seasonable dose.
She did at last extort from her father an acknowledgment that the horses were engaged; Jane was therefore obliged to go on horseback, and her mother attended her to the door with many cheerful prognostics
of a bad day.
As to the prognostics
and headshaking of his aunts and uncles, they had never produced the least effect on him, except to make him think that aunts and uncles were disagreeable society; he had heard them find fault in much the same way as long as he could remember.
If a new building had fallen down and he had been told that this was a divine judgment, he would have said, "May be; but the bearing o' the roof and walls wasn't right, else it wouldn't ha' come down"; yet he believed in dreams and prognostics
, and to his dying day he bated his breath a little when he told the story of the stroke with the willow wand.
With such sinister prognostics
manifesting themselves on all hands, it is not to be marvelled at that the merchant should have felt that he was committing his daughter to a very questionable acquaintance.
9) When prognostic
significance of tumour length was analysed in the group of T1, T2 disease, 5-year survival was not affected by tumour length; however, in the T3-T4 group 5year survival was better in patients with tumour length of less than or equal to 4 cm.
It presents a systems view of prognostic
and sustainability-based maintenance management, then addresses data processing and probability distribution functions like uniform, geometric, normal, and binomial distribution; signal processing and its application to mechanical condition monitoring and fault identification; health monitoring and prognosis, the degradation process, the main parts of a real-time monitoring system, and fault prognosis and the methods for remaining useful life prediction; prediction methods in machine prognosis; maintenance planning and scheduling techniques, including scheduling modeling and grouping technology-based maintenance; and prognosis incorporating maintenance decision making and its role in the development of maintenance management.
This study investigated the prognostic
role of a simplified Pulmonary Embolism Severity Index (sPESI) score and the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) model.
M2 PHARMA-November 17, 2014-Study indicates Nedd4-1 is exceptional prognostic
biomarker for GCA, functionally associated with metastasis