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premonitory

(prē-mŏn′ĭ-tō-rē) [LL. praemonitorius]
Giving a warning, as an early symptom.
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Premonitory symptoms, including restlessness, confusion, disorientation, agitation, chills, nausea, numbness, and tingling, are commonly reported just before the cardiorespiratory collapse.
"We are trying to develop an awareness of the premonitory urge."
"Premonitory" symptoms, or warning signs of a migraine, can occur hours to a few days prior to a migraine attack; these arise both in people with auras and those without, and these symptoms should not be confused with the presence of an aura.
The premonitory symptoms, despite not always present, should be emphasized in public health system in order to provide an opportunity to educate patients [5].
Over 90% of adult TS patients report that executing a tic provides relief from sensory sensations commonly described as premonitory urges.
Young (2007), Fluid-induced rupture experiment on Fontainebleau sandstone: Premonitory activity, rupture propagation, and aftershocks, Geophysical Research Letters, 34, L19307.
Evoking her light gray eyes and his light gray sweater, their favorite Italian songs, their sex, her premonitory nightmare, the baby's kicking, his occasional error in accenting the local dialect, Dalembert successfully elaborates the couple's inner harmony.
The Gothic dream is an especially contested space in terms of allegory and affect; Gothic texts emphasize the inducement of horror, yet make extensive use of the premonitory dream, which is associated with symbolic dream interpretation.
A recent NIH-funded, multi-center randomized control trial called Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Tics, or CBIT, showed that training to voluntarily move in response to a premonitory urge can reduce tic symptoms.
In those respects yes but in one, potentially premonitory way, it was also an historic one as five of the six matches were played on Friday night and one wonders if it was mere coincidence or an augury of things to come.