Premonitions sentence example

premonitions
  • The investigations of the Society for Psychical Research show that premonitions, though rare in our own day, are not absolutely unknown.
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  • If so, his premonitions were correct.
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  • Apart from these cases there are two types of alleged premonitions.
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  • Muhammad's earlier premonitions of his deaths read more like the cosmic words of a mystic.
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  • Twelve years later, his carefree life as a bareback rider is shattered by vivid premonitions.
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  • I'm not saying I'm psychic, of course, but I sometimes do get these alarmingly strong premonitions of the future.
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  • The stage was now set for the ultimate test for Leeds United, and the Sunday papers flowed over with dark premonitions.
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  • In modern times the best attested premonitions are those relating to events about to occur in the subject's own organism.
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  • premonitions of the future I'd have won the lottery long before now!
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  • premonitions of doom for him.
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  • His second term was marked by premonitions of further disorder.
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  • - Feb., 1889, Article on Premonitions by G.
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