clairvoyance

If it then turned out to be accurate, it would demonstrate that great distance did not necessarily prevent clairvoyance from operating.

Clairvoyance, which has been getting somewhat into disrepute, will probably be looking up hereafter.

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For example, a weather forecaster predicts rain not on the basis of clairvoyance but on the basis of patterns of prior meteorological events.

He did not, however, reveal that his pleas were based on dreaming or clairvoyance.

However, the association with fraud led to a decline in interest in physical phenomena, and research was concentrated primarily on ostensibly mental phenomena such as clairvoyance and telepathy.

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That really is an impressive act of clairvoyance which bodes well for the projects.

He expresses an extraordinary clairvoyance which is unwarranted in the light of the intricate details in the report.

Does it add clairvoyance to the other distinguished qualities which it brings to its work?

To the skill of prestidigitation he professes to add clairvoyance, and knows what happens in our consciences.

A certain amount of clairvoyance is needed to determine whether the problem will be the same after nine days.

Clairvoyance may be a talent of some employers, but not all.

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It did not take clairvoyance to realise what was happening: we all knew.

I will attempt some minor clairvoyance and suggest some of them.

His observations show some clairvoyance, as the financial year has not yet come to an end.

He explained the nature of an independent inquiry as somehow requiring of its chairman powers of clairvoyance in knowing what papers might be necessary.

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