- n a feeling of evil to come
a steadily escalating sense of foreboding
- v indicate by signs
- But the service was plagued by complaints of dropped calls and poor reception, boding ill for its chances of competing against established, reliable standards operated by its two .
- The French president observed with some fore-boding that "in history the Germans were a people in constant movement and flux.
- Even so, attendance increased as the season wore on, boding well for next year's box-office returns.
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- RTA officials: Aging population means an increase public transit ridership
The Chicago area’s population of 60 to 64 year-olds has jumped 19 percent in recent years, boding a “silver tsunami” of opportunity to increase public transit ridership, RTA officials said Wednesday. But the jump in Chicago area seniors between 2007 and 2011 also represents a challenge for public transit, noted a RTA Regional Transit Strategic Plan that was the subject of a public hearing ...
June 20, 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
- Japan's exports pick up pace, give economy momentum in rough markets
By Kaori Kaneko and Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's exports rose in May at the fastest annual rate in more than two years with the help of a weak yen and a moderate pick-up in global demand, boding ...
June 19, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Finance
- Aretha Franklin in Washington Post
We've all been there, women, men. Just a relationship that's boding well to begin with, and hit a bad curve, and just downhill all the way from there,Franklin said, her voice trailing off.