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Its continued presence in pulmonary tuberculosis is, however, a grave prognostic sign, even when the physical signs are slight.
The prognostic of Costal about the weather appeared likely to be realised.
And do you think that the howling of the dog is a prognostic of your death, any more than the death of either of your servants?
Encouraged by this favourable prognostic, Clovis girded on his armour, engaged in battle, and gained a complete victory.
If it went out, it was judged a very unlucky prognostic, and was to be expiated with infinite ceremonies.
These visions, especially those prognostic of the future, have been truly wonderful.
Then Slab with deep solemnity advanced a sorceristic theory, drawn from his prognostic acumen.
THE RED DEBTEVERETT MACDONALD
I have been reading one of those prognostic articles on international politics which every now and then appear in the reviews.
Especially take heed of doing this by way of a prognostic for time to come.
BUNYANJAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
I was very much surprised when he requested me to search in my Koran a Fal or prognostic regarding his family.

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