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prediction

(pri-dik′shŏn)
1. An act of predicting.
2. Something predicted.
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Trustee varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but the Trustee is an additional key player in the bankruptcy drama who has the right (and sometimes the duty) to call into issue any deviations of the bankruptcy code or the foretelling of an inability to reorganize under a Chapter 11.
From opposing the federal air bag mandate and foretelling its lethal effects on children to forcing the government to consider safety when mandating fuel economy, CA has been consistent in assessing consumers' real interests and in exposing some of the risk trade-offs in many consumer protection policies.
In foretelling the future I shall merely confirm what we already know: we are at the dawn of a revolution in medicine and genetic therapies that will dramatically alter how we understand the meaning of health and disease.
A murmur of voices foretelling Russia's eventual integration with Europe, including accession to the European Union and membership in NATO, is suddenly gaining volume.
Voodoomation: The Book of Foretelling by Garfield Linton Karu Press, November 2000, $9.
I was glad to see the mime scene of Giselle's mother foretelling her daughter's destiny, often cut, retained in this production.