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1. And Warren E. Buffett presciently observed five years ago that derivatives were "financial weapons of mass destruction, carrying dangers that, while now latent, are potentially lethal."
2. And he bravely and presciently took a huge writedown by selling a $30 billion portfolio of CDOs for 22 cents on the dollar.
3. But Reagan's speech presciently identified Berlin as the proving ground of Gorbachev's intentions to open up the communist bloc.
4. More presciently than they superiors, these workers grasped the economic situation.
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5. He argued -- hopefully and presciently -- that South-South trade could change the world for the better.
6. Yet he also presciently warned against Karl Marx's aspiration for a "dictatorship of the proletariat, " writing in 1868 that "socialism without liberty is slavery and brutality.
7. Most presciently, China seems to have learned the major lesson of public diplomacy: product trumps packaging every time.
8. He pointed presciently to countries such as China and India that were building their modernisation plans around science.
9. Robert Shiller, a Yale economist who has presciently issued warnings about overpriced equities and houses, has already suggested that farmland might be the subject of the next bubble.
10. It is now accepted as a masterpiece of biography, presciently modern in its vivid, easy style.
11. Yet even the fact of her absence was cause for congratulation, for what she had presciently foretold had come to pass.
12. The static subjects of Wang Qingsong s pithy tales often convey a sinister quiet, as if the footage is being held at pause, like a detectives eye moving presciently through a possible crime scene.
13. Navtej Dhillon, a former Brookings Institution fellow who led a project to study youth in the Middle East, spoke presciently in 2008 about the challenges facing the region.
14. He was on our Fifth Anniversary cover as a TWolf but, perhaps presciently , he wasn't wearing a jersey.
15. I was 14 when I first read Neuromancer, one of the first generation to grow up hooked in to the computer-generated realities that Gibson so presciently explores.
16. Previous studies of primates had been confined to captive animals but Leakey believed, presciently, that much more could be learned by studying them in the wild.
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