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Interestingly, a 2017 study done at the University of Kansas found that the onset of Uber caused ambulance use to drop by seven percent—apparently people in less dire straits have the prescience to avoid huge bills, even in their moment of crisis.
In good time he had selected and laid out the inevitable field of battle with military prescience of the first order.
In reading this magnificent and well-known sentence from Hooker, the imagination is easily kindled to a divine prescience.
He had a keen prescience that the death of the favourite of the harem might influence very quickly Dilama's fate.
SIX WOMENVICTORIA CROSS
Now, the Governor had never been as quick as that, and I ascribe it to the uncanny prescience which comes to the very sick.
No man I know on the earth's surface, who greater prescience has than thou, Gripir!
But, warned by some uncanny prescience, the trespasser leaped aside in the instant between Thomas' thought and act.
Had this prophecy been literally fulfilled, it would not have evinced supernatural prescience on the part of the prophet.
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG
He gripped the savory body of Mamise close to him and found her to his whim, foreseeing it with a mysterious prescience.
THE CUP OF FURYRUPERT HUGHES
With no prescience of disaster they read that old love tragedy of Verona.
LINCOLN'S LOVE STORYELEANOR ATKINSON

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