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So here she was, forecasting the veritable history of future prisoners of the Castle d'If, without knowing it.

The papers recorded about four hundred in two years, 1853-54, local affairs but forecasting economic struggles in a larger field.

History of the United StatesCharles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard

To feel it well within one's flesh is to have a forecasting of immortality, to know that one is to be born again and again.

Old Plymouth TrailsWinthrop Packard

Dr. Buchan, in his evidence, confessed that forecasting by the Council is purely “by rule of thumb.”

MeteorologyJ. G. M'Pherson

In forecasting his grand venture, Buonaparte postulated the help of Providence to a remarkable degree.

The Trumpet-MajorThomas Hardy

When the trees of the virgin forest cast their shadows on the newly risen roof there was no forecasting provision for winter.

I was a clerk in a bank and sharp as a needle in forecasting what was going to happen downtown.

And so it is with regard to the task of forecasting the trend of industrial improvement.

In forecasting their possibilities, the distinction between better and worse arises.

Almost as eerie as standing here looking at Meg talk of Humboldt's forecasting eclipses back in '32.

The Land of Look BehindPaul Cameron Brown

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