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If they’d had access to a crystal ball at the time, Vox Media might have chosen a different month to launch its first party data solution, Forte.
Obviously, if I had a crystal ball and knew what was going to happen, there’s many things I would’ve changed.
WHEN MADISON CAWTHORN FELT ‘INVISIBLE’EUGENE ROBINSONFEBRUARY 9, 2021OZY
Scale AI CEO Alexandr Wang doesn’t need a crystal ball to see where artificial intelligence will be used in the future.
The big question, of course, is what happens next, and none of us has a crystal ball.
Naturally, the Cullinan includes a crystal ball that shows the future.
It was little better than coal dust, and would not carry a ball fifty paces to kill or wound.
A view of the duchess's ball-room, or of the dining-table of the earl, will supersede all occasion for lengthy fiddle-faddle.
The long axis of the hip-roof crystal is often so shortened that it resembles the envelop crystal of calcium oxalate.
He had not the least idea what wadding was, and his notion of a bullet was a dockyard cannon-ball bigger than his own head.
On the night of June the 11th a red-hot cannon-ball set fire to one of the barracks which was used as a hospital.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY

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