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Does not the eye of the human embryo predict the light?
You will become another man, I predict," said Sergey Ivanovitch, feeling touched.
A poll of polls put together by the Electoral Calculus website, which predicts results in every seat in Britain, suggests Labour will win just 20 of the 40 seats available in Wales - nine less than they currently hold.
However, the Building Congress predicts a significant rise in this sector, led by a slowly recovering economy and the commencement of several major office construction projects in 2005.
This model predicts that the cumulative SARS case incidence follows an S-shaped curve and gradually reaches a maximum case incidence, K.
It actually predicts a more optimistic forecast than studies by other groups that were made last month.
Even so, the model predicts that average annual rainfall elsewhere in the Sahara then will be about 2 mm lower than the average recorded there between 1961 and 1990.
In a second demonstration, the private company incorporated the NIST CPU usage prediction models into the Active Virtual Network Management Prediction (AVNMP) system, a technology that predicts future load in a network.
a leading industry and market analysis firm specializing in e-business strategy and infrastructure, predicts that the Enterprise Applications Market will reach $78 billion by 2004, with an overall compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24 percent over the next five years.
Guilleminault et al have described a morphometric model that predicts OSA with a high level of sensitivity and specificity (table 2).
Flexometer predicts heat generation" is based on a paper presented at the October, 1995 Rubber Division meeting.