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Tropical Cyclone Seasonal Forecasting - National Meteorological Services
... Ahead of each season several national meteorological services issue forecasts to try and predict how many tropical cyclones, will form during a season and/or how many ... Met Office who issues a forecast in May/June, which tries to predict how many tropical storms and hurricanes as well as would develop during the ...
Play Cafe - Format - Predict The Poll
... In Predict the Poll, players have ten seconds to answer one question ... There are two types of questions in the Predict the Poll round ... The original (and more common) format of questions featured in the Predict the Poll round ask players to try and accurately predict the findings of opinion polls, which are either national polls from ...
Sexy Son Hypothesis - Sperm Models
... Good-sperm’’ models predict positive genetic associations between a male’s sperm competitiveness and the general viability of his offspring, whereas ... As with precopulatory processes, postcopulatory models predict that the trait in males that determines fertilization success will become genetically coupled with the mechanism by ...
Angst In My Pants - Release
... The single "I Predict" became Sparks' first hit on the Billboard Hot 100 reaching #60 in May 1982 ... An extended remix of "I Predict" was released as a club promo while the 7" single was backed with the album track "Moustache" ... The video for "I Predict" was directed by David Lynch ...
Dispositional Predictors of Contextual Performance
... employers need to identify what traits of prospective employees predict contextual performance ... Researchers believe that there are different traits and abilities that predict task and contextual performance ... the personality traits of conscientiousness, extraversion, and agreeableness predict contextual performance ...

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Famous quotes containing the word predict:

    Nature never rhymes her children, nor makes two men alike. When we see a great man, we fancy a resemblance to some historical person, and predict the sequel of his character and fortune, a result which he is sure to disappoint. None will ever solve the problem of his character according to our prejudice, but only in his high unprecedented way.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Because it is not always easy for an adult to predict what inaccurate ideas a child may have, it can help to answer questions first with one of your own: “What do you think?” Once you find out what a child is really asking, you’ll be in a better position to give a helpful answer based on the facts.
    Joanna Cole (20th century)

    To predict the behavior of ordinary people in advance, you only have to assume that they will always try to escape a disagreeable situation with the smallest possible expenditure of intelligence.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)