from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Nostradamus Originally Michel de Notredame. 1503-1566. French physician and astrologer who wrote Centuries (1555), a book of prophecies.
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- proper n. French astrologer and author of prophecies
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- n. French astrologer who wrote cryptic predictions whose interpretations are still being debated (1503-1566)
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I have more faith in Nostradamus and the Mayans then any ‘Religious Rightie’.
Laura Anne Gilman: Free Fall: 1 May 2008: trade paperback: The Cosa Nostradamus is in disarray; the Truce holding violence in check has been broken.
To really top things off, people are now adding their own nonsense to the email hoax in Nostradamus's name including references to the date of 9/11 when "two metal birds will crash into two tall statues."
The veteran quintet is nominated twice for songs from its 2008 rock opera "Nostradamus" --
A local columnist and known as the Nostradamus of Asia had warned that Pacquiao, despite of his international billing as one of the best in the history of boxing, will suffer setbacks and defeat is unavoidable this time around.
She said she couldn't find anything in Nostradamus.
If you know nothing about Nostradamus it might seem plausible, but Lemesurier points out that the original phrase Nostradamus used for "New City," "cite neufve" "is much more likely to mean a town whose name means precisely that in Greek or Latin than merely any old city with 'new' in its name such as New York or New Orleans..."
The following prophecy by the Nostradamus, which is unknown as of now but said to be found at his preserved house, points to
T, if you watch the show "Nostradamus" on the History Channel, apparently all the stars align in December 20-30 of 2012.
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