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On a hunch, she forwarded them to Fraser Hunter, an archaeologist and curator at the National Museum of Scotland.
HOW SCOTLAND FORGED A RARE ALLIANCE BETWEEN AMATEUR TREASURE HUNTERS AND ARCHAEOLOGISTSCORINNE IOZZIOAUGUST 24, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
I felt more excitement than fear, and had a hunch that living here would help me know myself in a new way.
I THOUGHT I WAS A LIFELONG NEW YORKER, BUT FOUND HAPPINESS IN RENOSVATI NARULAAUGUST 12, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
By the early 2000s, EMS became more popular among the fitness crowd, who zapped their muscles on a hunch that being jolted with electricity would increase their gains.
CAN ZAPPING YOUR MUSCLES ENHANCE STRENGTH TRAINING?SYADRONAUGUST 7, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Google has told us that filtering searches using this information isn’t possible right now, but that doesn’t mean that capability won’t eventually roll out — I have a strong hunch it will.
WHY SEARCH MARKETERS DON’T THINK A DEDICATED FOUR-YEAR DEGREE IS NECESSARY; THURSDAY’S DAILY BRIEFGEORGE NGUYENJULY 22, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
My colleagues and I tested these hunches in a new study published in the journal Psychology of Men and Masculinities.
WHY WOMEN NEED MALE ALLIES IN THE WORKPLACE – AND WHY FIGHTING EVERYDAY SEXISM ENRICHES MEN TOOLGBTQ-EDITORJULY 21, 2021NO STRAIGHT NEWS
That hunch was confirmed in 2002–’03, when SARS broke out in southern China, infecting 8,000 people.
INSIDE THE RISKY BAT-VIRUS ENGINEERING THAT LINKS AMERICA TO WUHANROWAN JACOBSENJUNE 29, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Simard’s instincts told her those trees were missing the resources that exist within a diverse community of plants, so she set out to see if her hunch was right.
AN ECOLOGIST’S NEW BOOK GETS AT THE ROOT OF TREES’ SOCIAL LIVESCORI VANCHIERIJUNE 28, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Maybe the founders had a hunch because it seems customers are willing to follow.
MARKETING BRIEFING: WHY MARKETERS AND AGENCY EXECS ARE ENCOURAGING PRIDE MARKETING THAT ‘GOES BEYOND JUNE’KRISTINA MONLLOSJUNE 8, 2021DIGIDAY
Cai, Davis and Sackton have a hunch that the superabundance of transposons is a consequence of the isolated lives these parasites lead.
DNA OF GIANT ‘CORPSE FLOWER’ PARASITE SURPRISES BIOLOGISTSCHRISTIE WILCOXAPRIL 21, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
Back in November, the computer scientist and cognitive psychologist Geoffrey Hinton had a hunch.
GEOFFREY HINTON HAS A HUNCH ABOUT WHAT’S NEXT FOR AISIOBHAN ROBERTSAPRIL 16, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
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WORDS RELATED TO HUNCH

  • bulge
  • bump
  • convexedness
  • convexity
  • dune
  • elevation
  • eminence
  • excrescence
  • gibbosity
  • hill
  • hummock
  • hunch
  • knap
  • knob
  • knurl
  • kyphosis
  • mound
  • prominence
  • protrusion
  • protuberance
  • ridge
  • swell
  • tumescence
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