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It's either an educated guess preview or no coverage at all, so in this case we chose the former.
An Educated Guess presents five different examples of successful school district programs that are already in place.
As a nurse I know that identifying the cause of cancer in anyone is at best an educated guess.
Because all oceans are connected, she notes, "an educated guess would be that we cannot introduce microbes .
Take this description by Mark Steyn: "There are many trouble spots around the world, but as a general rule, it's easy to make an educated guess at one of the participants: Muslims vs.
Most respondents made an educated guess by naming the summer months as the most likely harvest time for everything, the researchers found.
You can't look at someone and take an educated guess about their heart health - it doesn't work that way.
For added insurance, the ASP works with ocean experts to make an educated guess as to when a specific location will have prime surfing waves.
But this amounts to "an educated guess," says Wilhelm.
Commissions are always part hunch, part educated guess.
An educated guess would put the start date for the ban at 2005.