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They even listened to the weather predictions and the agricultural report and market prices!
It has more than verified all predictions as to its usefulness, and has proved a blessing to north-west Donegal.
An anxious night ensued, and when morning came, Mrs. Maylies predictions were but too well verified.
Here are four distinct predictions; national peculiarity, grievous oppression, universal dispersion and remarkable preservation.
It would seem as if the Deity had made predictions only that we might understand nothing about them.
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But though my predictions have all gone wrong and the faith of the boys has been justified, I am not without compensations.
From the beginning the actual results reached by the research teams matched the predictions we had made in our patent application.
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Had they in any degree fulfilled the triumphant predictions, had they kept in countenance the overbearing vaunts of the Minister?
But the reign of Carus was destined to expose the vanity of predictions.
His predictions were true—in a few moments the cloud was over the village, and the rain fell in torrents.

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION