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My hunch is that if he’s being rewarded for other moves, those other moves will start taking over pretty fast.
You could have called Jesse Livermore a weatherman early in his career, given the fact that his first big shorting win came from acting on a hunch that preceded the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
CAN YOU SPOT THE NEXT GAMESTOPS?SEAN CULLIGANAPRIL 5, 2021OZY
Acting on a hunch that he had something special on his hands, the unidentified man emailed pictures and information to auction house Sotheby’s, requesting an evaluation, according to the Associated Press.
If that has an old-boys-network feel, the rest of the book verifies the hunch.
Unrated during the pandemicKyoo Eom had a hunch the honchos from the Clyde’s Restaurant Group liked his audition for the executive chef position at 1789, the crown jewel in the company’s empire.
All the domestic oxen without hunches have proceeded originally from the aurochs, and those with the hunch from the bison.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VIII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
After I had knelt to hold the lantern close to the rails of the rusty timber track I knew my hunch was all right.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE
I can't persuade myself that Perry's guilty, and I've a hunch that I'm now on the trail of the right man.
THE WINNING CLUEJAMES HAY, JR.
On a hunch I dropped in an aluminum alkyl, and then pushed the polymerization along with both ultraviolet and heat.
THE PROFESSIONAL APPROACHCHARLES LEONARD HARNESS
He did not presume to understand women; he estimated her by a "hunch" as to whether she was good or bad.

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