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  • Oh, we don't call him that - the official version is "The Seer of the State" - but us SF people know a pre-cog when we encounter one, don't we?

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  • Plus I have had a number of pre-cog dreams that act as a nice heads up for stuff about to occur in the next three days, typically ... so when I dreamt that my youngest daughter was saying goodbye to me, backlit ala Xfiles fashion.

    There's more going on here...

  • But they're happy to make the argument, using their new "pre-cog" technology as a guide to understanding their claim.

    Steve Parker: McLaren's All-New 2012 MP4-12C Introduced in Beverly Hills

  • Robert quit his job as a day laborer within the stem cell farms of Northern Ontario to further his desire of creating an on-line immersive world where elderly pre-cog men can have constant sex with young nubile women.

    Thoughts: How to Raise your Cyborg Child: A Self Help Article

  • I think I will save my actual pre-cog review until I see a full trailer.

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  • Note: it is unlawful and punishable under criminal prosecution to allow minors, unlicensed cyborgs, and pre-cog beings to pilot moving vehicles.

    Ewok Cook-Out

  • "We're always two years ahead of the time - it's just pre-cog, isn't it?" says Smith.

    FallNews

  • She closed her eyes and tried to invoke her own limited pre-cog.

    Jinx High

  • He might have very little pre-cog, though turning into that tube might have been in response to a subliminal forewarning.

    Damia's Children

  • And, after the finals, I'll be the most intelligent vertebrate, the most sexy pre-cog, the most celibate swami, the most flexible yogi, the last word on the eight-fold path ...

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