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prognosticators

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  • n. Plural form of prognosticator.

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Examples

  • Listen, if Shanny would have drafted Dumerville in the first round instead of the fourth round where most of the so called prognosticators/fans had him closer to going in the draft, all the fans would have been up in arms because the broncos drafted this so called talent way to early and their were much better players available.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • (Of course, I don't use hotmail for anything other than a throwaway account .... anything I do which requires an e-mail address that I don't trust, goes hotmail.) 23 minutes ago, -0 / +0Dugg for "prognosticators".

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  • They call themselves "prognosticators," people who study the phases of the moon and the height of wasp nests, then declare there will be showers on Oct. 18, 2009.

    LISNews - Comments

  • Society-wide measures of religious behavior muffle portentous change that may be occurring at the younger edge of the population, so social prognosticators just like commercial advertisers focus on trends among young adults, trying to discern which aspects of behavior are what they are because the youths are young, and which aspects are what they are because of when they are young.

    American Grace

  • Advocacy groups have been poor prognosticators of the effects of large media mergers.

    Washington Post editorial: Comcast-NBCU merger without net neutrality conditions

  • Most political prognosticators are predicting gains well in excess of 39 seats; Stu Rothenberg, editor of the Rothenberg Political Report, updated his prediction last night to a 55-65 seat gain for Republicans with 70 or more seats possible.

    The Fix 50 (plus 15): Democratic House majority in deep peril

  • * Beltway prognosticators salivating over GOP victory: At this point, the only thing D. C.'s professional election forcasters are debating is whether the GOP's victory will rival the Dems 'historic 71-seat loss in 1938 or whether it will be a mere 50 seats.

    The Morning Plum

  • * If Dems don't get absolutely crushed in the elections, there will be a lot of egg on a lot of faces: What if the electorate is so volatile right now that professional prognosticators really have no idea what's coming?

    The Morning Plum

  • Beltway prognosticators sound ever more certain about Republicans seizing control of the House in a national electoral tsunami, but in California, only three of 53 congressional districts feature competitive races.

    What Tsunami? Only 3 House Districts in Play

  • Axelrod refused to make predictions about what victory might look like for Democrats in an election where most political prognosticators believe the party is headed to broad-scale losses at the House and Senate level.

    Axelrod: 2010 will be a 'tough' election

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