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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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Such confidence is increasingly rare in contemporary poetry, and it brings us to the point in Premonition that is most like a foreknowledge: the certainty that human life will end and "make room for others" while "the universe, yes, will go on.
They dominate the most sued companies according to the lists drawn up by Premonition, while bank-initiated foreclosures dominate the plaintiff lists.
Premonition says that -- "while there are highly paid top performers amongst the big firms, the majority of the most successful Counsel in each court is found amongst the small firms and solo practitioners".
Rather than a run-of-themill fright fest, Deadly Premonition blossoms into a delicious and overblown parody complete with hammy dialogue, pop culture references and a wonderful, o -beat sense of humour.
To me it was a sign dead people were escorting her out of the house, a premonition of something terrible.
Sandra Bullock (above) doesn't know which way to turn in Premonition (12) while (below) a trip in the Outback goes badly wrong in Gone (15).
A fter an engrossing and unsettling first 30 minutes, I had a spooky premonition about Mennan Yapo's time-bending psychological thriller.
And in March he stars opposite Sandra Bullock in Premonition, a sort of spooky Groundhog Day.
The premonition of something unnatural coming, intensifying as the photographer approaches the site, ultimately signifies the incommensurable.
Stockton youngster Alex Marsden must have had a premonition of what was to come at Villa Park.
The findings were revealed after the city council's licensing committee agreed to renew the public entertainment licence for the Premonition nightclub, three weeks after a doorman was killed and three others were shot outside.
In this text we find a burst of activity--perhaps even a premonition on Abraham's part?