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prediction

(pri-dik′shŏn)
1. An act of predicting.
2. Something predicted.
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But surprisingly, the footage of the astrologer's future predictions for Tanisha, Apoorva, Gauhar and Asif were not aired.
Hoping to improve future predictions of climate change, scientists in the NASA study are using the skies mainly over the southern United States as a natural laboratory this month and into September.
Future predictions are that the health labour force and government funding for the health sector will be at record lows.
Prediction involves a theoretical model to formulate a hypothesis, an empirical model to gather and analyze the (necessarily incomplete) data to test that hypothesis, and a method of evaluating the inferences drawn from those models to see if the theoretical and empirical models can be improved, in order to generate better future predictions.
The analyst further added that it would be wise for government to err on the side of caution when making future predictions concerning the SACU revenue and its implications in society.
His future predictions are also relatively short-term compared to the dramatic changes they could create in human society--they only go out about 50 years or less in many cases.
Later it became clear that prices were pushed up by an unconventional source of demand: China, where there is hardly any reliable information on what was really happening, leaving aside future predictions.
The latest Towers Watson/Confused car insurance price index shows a very different picture to those future predictions.
The paper closes with future predictions as well as words of caution regarding BYOT initiatives.
Focusing on the business side of the industry, this session looked at current trends in the industry in Europe and throughout the world, future predictions for its progress, emerging news from specific sectors as well as profiling some case studies from some of the high profile players in the business.
The first couple of chapters are a quick overview and I liked Chapter 3's extensive compilation ofchronological events relating to exoplanets, which begins in pre-history, traces the various developments year on year through to the present, and then looks ahead for the next couple of centuries; most of the future predictions naturally being rather speculative.

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