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Prescience Point, together with its director nominees, owns approximately 9.98% of the common stock of MiMedx.
The theme of the conference is Prescience of New Perceptions in the Field of Toxicology and Pharmacology.
Dictionary.com defines "prescience" as "knowledge of things before they exist or happen; foreknowledge; foresight."
Transversal's Prescience KM product does exactly this.
I'm always impressed at the prescience of authors and poets where they describe the more transcendent benefits of aerobic exercise.
Prescience ACN: What is Prescience and can you highlight your presence in the Middle East region?
Moholy-Nagy died before "Room of the Present" could be realized, but Vail said that more than any other piece, it shows his prescience in anticipating a world dominated by social media.
He was, predictably, quickly shunted up in trip and it gained instant rewards with a length-and-a-half verdict over the dangerous Prescience at Lingfield last month.
Conclusion This is no penalty kick with Libbard and Prescience in opposition and I'm a layer.
Vice Prescience and Prime Minster Khaled Bahah, made a short trip to Aden, he arrived in Aden Airport on Saturday morning and left back to Riyadh at night.
That the whole family decided to leave Egypt as early as 1951 shows that they had the uncanny prescience to read the writing on the wall long before most Egyptian Jews realized that their days in the country were numbered.
Synopsis: For years, the Marine Corps has touted the prescience of Lt.