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  • n  a person who foretells your personal future

  • But with a respected fortuneteller predicting the demise of this government, many Thais aren't confident that Samak will survive long enough to accomplish much.
  • Igea attributes her good fortune to the prophecy of a Milan fortuneteller, who two years ago told her she would meet the man of her dreams in Capri.
  • The fortuneteller studied Kawamura's palm, said gravely: "You are indeed accursed.
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  • Clayton Greene, Jr. in Business Gazette
    If Montgomery County is concerned that a fortuneteller will engage in fraudulent conduct, the County can enforce fraud laws in the event that fraud occurs,Judge Clayton Greene Jr. wrote in the majority opinion.
  • Bob Mackie in Los Angeles Times
    Everybody was older than us, and we just clicked,Mackie says. "Nobody knew what to do with her. She looked kind of like a fortuneteller."
  • Ali Abbas in Newark Star Ledger
    We have no hope the government will help us,said Ali Abbas Hamidi, 44, Haman's cousin. "We believe more in our fortuneteller."

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