tell the future

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The problem is, if you can't tell the future from today, gathering more information won't help determine what will happen.
He congratulated me and said I "should always take heed because "dreams can tell the future as well as the past and one should invest in the conclusions of one's dreams".
Next few days will tell the future course of trade through Attari," said Singh.
Nostradamus could apparently tell the future but his writings were so vague and incomprehensible that they could be interpreted to mean just about anything.
I don't know what is going to happen in the world of work because I can't tell the future, but you can get a good idea about the way it's heading.
The plotisabsurd a society of assassins descended from ancient weavers who tell the future in strands of thread
I stayed for a day or two because no-one can tell the future, predicting injuries, but then had to go.
He had done his time, and was coming home a hero with medals on his chest and stories his own grandchildren would tell the future generations.
Then they are confronted with a sock that can tell the future - and turn out a nice rhyming couplet
While it is hard to tell the future, forecasts are for continuing fairly decent demand.
Sammy: "Do you think that anyone can tell the future with cards?