prediction

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prediction

(pri-dik′shŏn)
1. An act of predicting.
2. Something predicted.
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Between 1951 and 1987, Meier published information foretelling virtually all of the Pentagon's targeted concerns, i.
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Despite violent and disturbing images, John's writings gave Jesus' followers hope, ultimately foretelling the destruction of early Christianity's greatest enemy--the Roman empire.
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Although Owens won the battle, the comments by the Court clearly had an ominous foretelling of continued persecution of people objecting to same-sex sexual relations.
Moreover, their access to patients, their ability to develop clinical trials and most importantly, their unusual interest and commitment to research is foretelling of a very successful collaboration.