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People are predictable in a general sense.

Hong Sisters are predictable in their writing.

Was too slow and predictable in the norwich game.

It got predictable in the Schumacher era, but since then it has livened up a lot.

We will also work to make development co-operation more predictable in its nature.

In the absence of humans their fate would be fairly predictable in a warming world.

The December 2009 election in Bolivia has been one of the most predictable in the country's democratic history.

I think by acting as a polemicist rather than an academic, he has become predictable in what he says and writes.

We tried a 433 and we definitely missed having a player ' in the hole ' as it made us very predictable in attack.

This match was proving to be predictable in its unpredictability, but they were locked at 5-5 at the one-hour mark.

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How predictable for a teenager.

BL was just more predictable for me.

But, it's been predictable for years.

All in all, not a bad year, if suitably predictable for such unpredictable times.

Climate is potentially predictable for much longer time scales than weather for several reasons.

However, such flexibility also makes the procedural timeline less predictable for the other party.

Their contents were utterly predictable for anyone for has read Coorey, Hartcher, Grattan any time in the last year.

A kite such as the Wook is a perfect kite for waves, the kite gives you power in turns and is very predictable for surf.

Likewise, it will force Arsene Wenger to mix up his team selection which is becoming too predictable for the opposition.

After the first few years, each partner may become way too predictable for the other, the mystery and intrigue is no more.

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The whole episode was predictable to a fault.

This allows it to fuse predictable to the bone.

Yes, evolution is predictable to a certain degree.

Where the animals migrate is predictable to some extent, depending on the rainfall.

A very welcome change; Basel has become a little unsurprising and predictable to me.

By providing structure and consistency, you will become more predictable to your child.

That wont happen because we are conservative but remaining the way we are renders us predictable to other teams.

You mean like your libertarian paradise, Somalia? Black swan events are unpredictable to the selfish and greedy.

Thank God she is not one of the? new Indian women? who are predictable to the last angry spat at that vile King Rama.

Our team has become predictable to such an extent that our own predicatibilty is something WE have to overcome in our matches.

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Be predictable with all your actions.

Predictable with activities arranged by others.

It became too predictable with Ade ploughing alone.

It's very apparent that the Eagles are extremely predictable with Foles under center.

That is why paychecks have limits and are highly predictable with some measure of accuracy.

Data from the past 200 years now indicate that close encounters are predictable with an uncertainty of 5 minutes.

The Green Climate Fund adopted in Cancun is a good start; however it should be predictable with reliable sources.

While any risk may be argued possible, it can not be argued predictable with any degree of accuracy or confidence.

Some of these games were enormous fun, but many of them were tactically predictable with only a bit of gameplay experience.

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The end result was predictable at the time.

It's all a bit safe and predictable at the moment.

He found Cardus ' technique too predictable at times.

On the position taken by Germany, this was entirely predictable at this juncture.

It is a complicated balancing act of being original and predictable at the same time.

Cancer, in many of its facets, is comprehensible, and its behaviour is predictable at a herd level.

Tall-stalked blobs of red and blue and yellow from local garages are predictable at roundabouts where fatal crashes happen.

That their play is too predictable at times and that was summed up by the way they tried to force Cazorla to interact more with Podolski.

Overall I give this movie a 7 because it can be too predictable at times, but it is a fun show and I recommended to people who like soap operas.

The highlight is in the usage of the Pawns themselves, with mostly solid combat mechanics making exploration a true joy, despite being all too predictable at times.

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Journey 2 is predictable from beginning to end.

Its invasion success is not predictable from what is.

They are not necessarily predictable from the rank below.

However the outcome of the season is predictable from a realists point of view.

Your response is way out of line, but absolutely predictable from your associations.

Which was predictable from the moment you found out the film was about hostile alien attack.

But what is this movie about? A love story? In that case the ending is easily predictable from the moment go.

The PK of the (branded) 300mg dose was predictable from the 150mg dose, and they made the same assumption here.

Thus, in view of the above, the direction a case goes is often predictable from the first volley of lawyer letters.

But in principle it can work since most students cost roughly the same to educate and the cost is predictable from year to year.

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We mean that such events are not predictable by any means at our disposal.

Now it makes spurious claims that are entirely predictable by the western posters here.

Storms of any kind are theoretically predictable by studying satellite and atmospheric data.

But the success and failures of past systems wasn't predictable by console retail price alone.

A reading of them will show to what extent the behaviour of Indians in these aspects is predictable by caste.

But some combination of the two might make the Gophers offense less predictable by giving defenses different looks.

Although year to year random variations might not be predictable by climate models, long term variations might be predictable.

His perfection was so great it almost started to become predictable by the time the iPhone 4 came out, and was definitely recognizable.

Emergent properties are normally predictable by science: we know when (and why and how) a substance is a liquid and not a solid or a gas.

Such highly seasonal demand can look very pretty on a graph and could be easily predictable by what I call as an extrapolation by hand-drawing.

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This is a predictable as the Sun rising in the East.

They are as reliable and predictable as a two year old Peugeot.

And some of the events of the book were a bit predictable as a result.

Consequently, their offense became more predictable as the game wore on.

Crosses of breeds are sometimes predictable as to what you might expect from the offspring.

Nice views! The future of books is for sure not very much predictable as the technology is very advancing.

Responses to gender being used as such a category are as predictable as the accusations of misogyny that follow them.

AW mindset stubborn, stale and unwilling to evolve for the better, as he has sadly become too predictable as a result.

The NZ teams always seem to have lots of bodies in motion when attacking, so they aren't as slow or predictable as the Aust teams.

There's a clear cause and effect here that is as neat and predictable as a law of physics: As government expands, liberty contracts.

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There's something really novel and yet predictable about that.

There's only 1 thing predictable about Wang: he's unpredictable.

The only thing predictable about the future is its unpredictability.

The only thing truly predictable about me is total unpredictability.

One thing is predictable about hospitals, a nurse reminded me, nothing is!

The only thing predictable about such a Controller is his extreme unpredictability.

This is a show that represents all that's dismal, low-rent and predictable about British life.

There are several things very much predictable about the future of the Middle East area during the next year.

If nothing else was predictable about him, it was that the progeny of his mother, would never be short of heart.

The only thing predictable about being unpredictable is that if you don?? t allocate the appropriate funds, it will fail.

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How predictable of the University.

Entirely predictable of this abusive Prime Minister.

I agree the Champions League has become pretty dull and predictable of late.

Social Security has been a pragmatic and successful program to address this most predictable of problems.

For suppose that E is not coincident with G, then F will be, since either E or F is predictable of everything.

Group B: England, Brazil, New Zealand, Mexico On paper, this was the less predictable of the two groups, but that was not the case.

A crescendo of melancholy can abruptly shift key and tone and segue into a light-hearted mood of absurdity at the least predictable of moments.

The Virginia senate race has been one of the closest and least predictable of the 2012 cycle, with polls showing Kaine just a single point ahead.

An eyebrow would have been lifted, a finger flicked, a phone rung and that was that for Di Matteo, the most predictable of managerial departures this season.

Communicate everything obviously -- make sure they know accurately what is predictable of them, and if you have a deadline for the plan explain that as well.

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He's a touch predictable on that count.

Instead it is predictable on a chance basis.

ProfGold says: 09:25am 27/01/12 It's all so predictable on The Punch.

If you're going to ride a bike, wear a helmet and be as predictable on the road as possible.

What a load of rubbish being spouted about the Champions League being predictable on this thread.

The appearance of new functions that are not predictable on the basis of knowledge of the part-processes that have been combined.

Consequently, he becomes predictable on offense because defenders recognize the signs for when Griffin will pass and when he will attack.

Why have we become so predictable on and off the pitch? If you set out a certain way against us, you have a very good chance of getting a result.

Fan reaction to Terry -- who categorically denies racially abusing Ferdinand -- was predictable on what his first public appearance since the allegations emerged.

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But all romances turn mundane and predictable over time.

Because they should be predictable over a long term, social transfers require reliable resources.

In fact, so little changed that everything became a little too predictable over a period of time.

Clean, renewable wind energy produces no emissions, requires no fuel and its cost is fixed and predictable over time.

Unfortunately, relationships tend to become boring and predictable over time, and it requires effort by both people to keep things fresh and fun.

The industry is built on the expectation that even extreme weather is, in some measure, predictable over time -- that the past could guide the future.

The phenomenon applies on a large range of timescales: some things are unpredictable over a few seconds - others are highly predictable over billions of years.

Funding mechanisms like FITs need to be predictable over a sufficient time period so that landlords can make long-term plans about retrofit strategies with confidence.

The contrary argument ran that leagues which are more predictable over time develop characters in the same vein as say soap operas: evil baddies, plucky underdogs, etc.

Although their debut for Metal Blade Records, Frail Words Collapse (2003 ), helped spark the metalcore movement, the band have become more than a little predictable over the last few albums.

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Behavior is predictable without recourse to magical agencies.

Such numbers are moreover predictable without having to assume any ' hardcore loyals.

There are enough hints at the twists that the story is predictable without being boring and ends without being outlandish.

They have won only once in the Premier League since the Belgian suffered a hip injury at the start of October and they have been too predictable without his quick feet and eye for a pass.

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If it was not predictable within manageable levels of certainty then R2bn projects would never get financed.

If you reveal everything about yourself at once, you'll start to get boring and predictable within the next few dates.

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I like to be predictable like that.

But I'd going to anyway, because I'd predictable like that.

Nicole was a force -- not necessarily well disposed or predictable like her mother -- an incalculable force.

And by watching the current one, I have to admit it's interesting, but it's just soooo predictable like every other drama.

It makes the managers frustrated and depressed, but it would be regimented and predictable like chess if robots were playing.

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I thought the fourth, while good, was incredibly predictable due to the nature of the show.

In any event, perfectly understandable and predictable due to the actions of the Israeli state.

Also bearing in mind that we won't become predictable due to the fact the formation I posted is one of many options we have for that formation.

Hence, even if China is authoritarian, their political system is stable and predictable due to the robust leadership transition within the Communist Party.

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In a machine, interactions are predictable because of the machine's design.

If the injury was predictable because of the disparity of sizes I would agree.

Similarly, the impact of changes in monetary policy is also less predictable because of many.

I found it at times to be utterly predictable because of too much foreshadowing written in the otherwise decent screenplay.

In many cases the effects were not predictable because of our lack of knowledge and the absence of consideration of systemic, long-term impacts.

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Without having solved the puzzle, she left the Abrahamic tradition, disgusted with all the unintelligible carnage, which only became predictable after her decision to leave.

It's a shame as the cast are great and the premise has a lot of potential, but unfortunately the show became fairly boring and the story lines somewhat predictable after the first season.