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precognition vs. clairvoyance

[ pree-kog-nish-uhn ]
  1. knowledge of a future event or situation, especially through extrasensory means.
  2. Scots Law.
    1. the examination of witnesses and other parties before a trial in order to supply a legal ground for prosecution.
    2. the evidence established in such an examination.
[ klair-voi-uhns ]
  1. the supernatural power of seeing objects or actions removed in space or time from natural viewing.
  2. quick, intuitive knowledge of things and people; sagacity.

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