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premonition

[-mənish′ən]
a sense of an impending event without prior knowledge of it.

premonition

(prĕm″ĕ-) (prē-mĕ-nĭsh′ŭn) [L. praemonere, to warn beforehand]
A feeling of an impending event.
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Rod's cafe had an advert for tarot reading in the window and my premonition came true.
What we see before the end is the premonition of mass extinction," Bakker says.
to which producers Vertigo Entertainment and Tony Ludwig are attached; and remakes of two of his J-horror films, INFECTION and PREMONITION, to be written by Channing Gibson and Keith Gordon, respectively, for New Line, also with Vertigo Entertainment producing.
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The Bristol Street club is open from 10pm until 10am and will feature 20 different DJs including Rick James b2b and Premonition resident Paul Malley.
I had a premonition on the red carpet that I was too ill to get here," said the "Nip/Tuck" surgeon.
After an engrossing and unsettling first 30 minutes, I had a spooky premonition about Mennan Yapo's time-bending psychological thriller ( that all of the intriguing questions about the immutability of fate posed by screenwriter Bill Kelly would amount to nothing.
Mr Ahmed, aged 24, from Small Heath, was shot outside the Premonition nightclub, in Bristol Street, on November 20.
The 28-year-old has been charged with the murder of Ishfaq Ahmed, who was wounded outside the Premonition club in Bristol Street, Birmingham, on November 20.
Alex and his high school class are boarding a flight from New York to Paris until he has a premonition of it exploding in a fireball and runs screaming from the plane.