gut feeling


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gut feeling

Intuition, visceral sensation
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travel to "My gut feeling is that we can stay in the race a little bit longer, but it's a really difficult Championship.
Would your situation be any worse if you just gave in to that gut feeling and took your chances?
Medical teaching should make clear that an 'inexplicable gut feeling is an important diagnostic sign and a very good reason for seeking the opinion of someone with more paediatric expertise or performing additional testing,' said study author Ann Van den Bruel, of Oxford University, and her colleagues.
But no father could watch Anthony shifting uncomfortably on the sidelines and not experience a gut feeling of sympathy.
My gut feeling about the existence of these big building catalogues is that they exist to satisfy some deep internal needs of their authors' psyches.
I thank my lucky stars for that gut feeling every day.
All the CEOs I know can tell stories of how they had a negative gut feeling about a potential employee, but they went with the CV, colleagues' opinions and the candidate's impressive interview performance--and rued the day they did.
I like to walk up and see the stage fresh, get a first impression, get a gut feeling of the best solution.
I don't think any of us are able to plan or prepare based on a gut feeling," Mr.
My gut feeling is that there is still some form of corruption in the game.
When he didn't respond, she sensed what he was up to: "I said [to my daughter, Sara], 'I've got a gut feeling he's in there helping someone --somebody had a heart attack or some lady fell.
GECAS President and CEO Henry Hubschman has a gut feeling that Airbus will unveil a significantly redone A350 by the Farnborough Air Show in mid-July.