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[pri′dikt]
(meteorology)

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(simulation)
simulation, predictive analytics.

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(architecture)

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(audio, compression)
predictive audio compression.
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The Brexiteers were, equally predictably, relaxed about these problems.
than 40 years, implants have predictably replacements teeth O'Hooley, Dental A dental implant is a titanium precision cylinder that is gently placed into the jaw to act as an artificial root.
Foreign consultants were brought in to help with the government's plans for the restructuring and, predictably, all proposed reducing the number of municipalities.
"They are predictably unpredictable," rugby director Kiss said, assessing four-time European champions Toulouse's threat.
Gravity predictably had the whole audience singing along while Ashes had the old theatre bouncing.
Blankfield said that it is unwise to allow medications that predictably increase risk to be marketed without adequate safety data, adding that risk should be quantified, and the product label should accurately communicate the risk.
According to Ariely in Predictably Irrational, our understanding of economics, now based on the assumption of a rational subject, should, in fact, be based on our systematic, unsurprising irrationality.
In a first set predictably dominated by serve, 30-year-old Karlovic set the tone by sending down three aces in the opening game.
Kevin Stark, acting air traffic manager at Denver, wrote, "The TRACON has indicated that the loss of a large number of their experienced employees, the relative inexperience of many of their current controllers, and the increase in volume has created a situation they can no longer accept." The FAA (predictably) says, "There is not a safety issue in the Denver airspace." The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (predictably) pointed out that there are plenty of routes, space and runways, "and [that] the FAA is having to restrict flow due to a controller staffing problem."
Predictably the seminarians' lives are littered with the minutiae of modern life, and at times Englert gets bogged down in recounting the prosaic details.
cities developed, predictably, along rail lines: so how did Boise, Idaho survive when it was bypassed by major rail lines?
What fantasy and science fiction share is a preoccupation with "other" worlds-science fiction with a universe that predictably follows laws of nature; fantasy with a universe boundlessly extended by the author's imagination.