gut feeling


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gut feeling

Intuition, visceral sensation
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But that's down to George, and his gut feelings in the past have been very good.
This trend was especially prevalent among very young start-ups (averaging five staff), where 21% selected technology on gut feeling.
One risk manager summarized the issue of conflicts saying, "My gut feeling is there is probably a conflict of interest.
Since the combined group is going to be something like pounds 5 billion, my gut feeling is NTL will meet whatever figure it is they are after, or some sort of compromise will be reached," he said.
In the past, essential personality and character traits were gray areas that hiring authorities resolved based on a gut feeling about the applicant," said Salikof.
Sometimes you just have a gut feeling about things,'' Cleamons said.
Now, they can make decisions about training requirements, development team assignments, testing focus, even whether to change a release date, based on solid quantitative data instead of gut feeling.
I have a gut feeling it will affect a number of them,'' Conti said.
But he has a gut feeling Bernhard Langer's team will go home empty-handed come Sunday after an unsuccessful defence of the trophy they won in 2002.
This gut feeling is substantiated by the advocacy group RxHealthValue, which claims that spending on drugs has more than doubled in the last three years.
I had a gut feeling, so this is where I decided to go.
After seeing it and experiencing it, you just have this gut feeling inside that it's something you want to do.