- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of predict.
“Mr. Stiskin predicts that there 55% chances that the current board will hold.”
“* The "repeal" sham is chump bait for Tea Party rubes: Ezra Klein predicts that it's unlikely that Republicans will ever go through with repeal of health reform in any meaningful sense.”
“Inside you'll find a woman whose skin predicts the name of dead sailors, a post-nuclear London, a tale of revenge on Triton, asteroid miners who discover something unexpected, a brief glimpse into the future of parenthood, and the fate of warring space colonists.”
“President Obama might well sign such a bill unless, as market economist Don Luskin predicts, he wants to provoke a second recession.”
“The Four Seasons chain predicts that rising demand will lift its revenue per available room by about 10%, spokeswoman Elizabeth Pizzinato says.”
“Tom Goldstein predicts that the Court is simply giving Congress a brief window to amend Section 5 themselves before the Court takes the hatchet to it; “[i] f the statute remains the same by the time the next case arrives,” Goldstein warns, “the Court will invalidate the statute.””
“Bain predicts the market will record growth of 12% this year.”
“Bain predicts luxury goods sales will jump 10% to €168bn this year and by another 3-5% in 2011.”
“Previous entry: David Wilkerson again predicts catastrophe”
“Next entry: David Wilkerson again predicts catastrophe”
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