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    1. In looking for a new land and a new life, much the same as that which occurred in the Exodus, their story takes on the aura of a “prequel,” as their “Exodus” journey seems to foreshadow what would take place many hundreds of years later

    2. She particularly loved the Chinese Folk-Song “Jasmine Flower” which was used throughout the opera to foreshadow appearances by Turandot

    3. foreshadow the chaos to come

    4. One would expect inordinately high or low betas to foreshadow the inability to

    5. The socio-economic culture in which we develop comforms what type of child we become; the cultures we create foreshadow the future's children we will comformicate

    6. The lifting up of the serpent by Moses was a foreshadow of the death of Christ

    7. Conversely, falling OBV reflects negative volume pressure that can foreshadow lower prices

    8. Chartists can use OBV to confirm the underlying trend or look for divergences that may foreshadow a price change

    9. The bullish and bearish divergences in the stochastic oscillator can be used to foreshadow reversals

    10. Dips below 20 warn of oversold conditions that could foreshadow a bounce

    11. Moves above 80 warn of overbought conditions that could foreshadow a decline

    12. This shows less downside momentum that could foreshadow a bullish reversal

    13. This shows less upside momentum that could foreshadow a bearish reversal

    14. The inability of the second reaction high to reach the upper band shows waning momentum, which can foreshadow a trend reversal

    15. When both foreshadow the same event (reversal, for example), the likelihood of reversal is strengthened considerably

    16. This was already enough to foreshadow a brilliant career

    1. The biblical allegory of the Beast and the Dragon as written in the Book of Revelation foreshadowed, perhaps, the emergence of Science and Technology and society‘s insatiable attachment to Material Things (False Prophets)

    2. Perhaps this unfortunate turn of events is inevitable in light of the continuous assault over the years by the International Community (read: Modern European Democracies) whose leaders widely regard sovereign authority (other than their own) and political prestige invested in great nations with suspicion and whose (own) precipitous decline as world power brokers foreshadowed America‘s diminution of (global) influence by a half century or more

    3. Addendum to the above: The children of the Great Depression foreshadowed a coming generation of men and women destined for

    4. The crisis facing the Catholic Church (today) was foreshadowed by the Second Vatican Council that sought to ―integrate modern human experience with Christian Dogma‖ in an effort to promote a better understanding of the Scriptures

    5. The one heir foreshadowed the

    6. It foreshadowed horrible end of CY 2001 financial results

    7. In a sense, these and other monopolies foreshadowed state Socialism, because what is the difference between a state-owned enterprise and an enterprise that eventually becomes subject to severe state regulation? In fact, Carnegie advocated such late in his life

    8. One board I photographed during that trip foreshadowed doom

    9. The Greek philosopher Protagoras, who is credited with authoring this statement, was an agnostic whose philosophy foreshadowed secular humanism

    10. The things which God foreshadowed by the mouth of all the prophets, he thus fulfilled

    11. within our relationship and foreshadowed its eventual grand finale

    12. This type of cry always foreshadowed wicked events

    13. foresee the economic recovery that was foreshadowed by a surging stock market in March

    14. clearly foreshadowed in the Exodus out of Egypt

    15. His spearhead was constantly shaking but in fact foreshadowed an

    16. declared that this signal foreshadowed the desolation that

    17. separation from his wife and child, he foreshadowed the likelihood, or the certainty; but, beyond this, he dreaded nothing distinctly

    18. ) Thus from many points of view there is an antagonism between Plato and the poets, which was foreshadowed to him in the old quarrel between philosophy and poetry

    19. At last, one afternoon, she arrived very late, with her face so desperately pale and her eyes so desperately red, that Raoul resolved to go to all lengths, including that which he foreshadowed when he blurted out that he would not go on the North Pole expedition unless she first told him the secret of the man's voice

    20. Farebrother's mind, which foreshadowed what was soon to be loudly spoken of in Middlemarch as a necessary "putting of two and two together

    21. But he was in gloomy rebellion against the fact that his quick apprehensiveness foreshadowed to him, and when his eyes fell on Rosamond's blighted face it seemed to him that he was the more pitiable of the two; for pain must enter into its glorified life of memory before it can turn into compassion

    22. The weather had turned warm, after a brief cool spell that foreshadowed winter

    23. The gap, plus the bearish thrusting lines confirmed the bearish reversal first foreshadowed in the RSI movement

    24. "Your honor, in our remarks at the opening of this trial, we foreshadowed our purpose to prove that our client did this fearful deed while under the influence of a blind and irresponsible delirium produced by drink

    25. The happiness of the upper classes is poisoned by fear of the impending calamity, foreshadowed by the unions, the strikes, and First of May demonstrations

    1. If we look at the symbolism, it is clearly another foreshadowing the future of which this would be a model

    2. If this had been a mystery story, the clues and foreshadowing were being laid out like pieces of a puzzle that I was too distracted to see

    3. My alarm rang violently, foreshadowing the fight to come

    4. life shows spiritual significance! The small basket was a foreshadowing of the

    5. expressed, in the microcosm of this one man, a clear foreshadowing of the philosophical split that will come to full fruition during the period of the Enlightenment and which continues to this day

    6. example of foreshadowing in my blog

    7. And so did most of Kennedy’s cabinet, never mind the fact that we had missiles in Turkey, near the Soviet Union border or that we enabled an assault on their island at Bay of Pigs, foreshadowing a U

    8. I couldn't help but feel it was foreshadowing for what was to come with the ladies

    9. these sacrifices were a type, a foreshadowing, of an

    10. understood that the Exodus was a foreshadowing of what is to come because

    11. his intention, I believe, to tell them about the foreshadowing so that they

    12. If the Exodus is truly a foreshadowing of the Tribulation, and I

    13. The serpent on a pole in the wilderness was a foreshadowing of the

    14. This in itself was a foreshadowing of the coming

    15. The Exodus out of Egypt was a foreshadowing of the coming in

    16. It was a foreshadowing of the

    17. sense, this is only a foreshadowing of things to come

    18. With no warning, without any kind of foreshadowing or preamble whatsoever, the script of Abby’s life had been changed

    19. I also consulted Tom Kuntz, “Word for Word/The Nuremberg Laws: On Display in Los Angeles: Legal Foreshadowing of Nazi Horror,” NYT, July 4, 1999

    20. His worst fault, perhaps, was not his ferocity, but his ignorance;" the man who could write thus of a cruel persecutor (the passage occurs in his "History of Misrule") felt at the foreshadowing of success an almost boundless affection for his two helpers, for these two young people from over the sea

    21. If not a complete portrait, it was at least an outline, a foreshadowing of the truth

    22. 276 [Joey, he wants to be a postman] This is another foreshadowing of The Grapes of Wrath, which indicates Steinbeck’s stronger promotion of a "back-to-the-soil" movement in the later novel

    23. Indeed, in some sort, they were not grieved at this event, at least as a portent; for they regarded it, not as a foreshadowing of evil in the future, but as the fulfilment of an evil already presaged

    24. In this foreshadowing interval too, all humor, forced or natural, vanished

    25. "I think," said Anne slowly, "that I really have learned to look upon each little hindrance as a jest and each great one as the foreshadowing of victory

    1. On the other hand, an angry of sick minister foreshadows a national disaster

    2. Wind: If you can hear the wind blowing, it foreshadows sorrow

    3. That foreshadows my eventually working for another shortie, Bill Gorvine, at EB

    4. Secondly, Spinoza’s reaching out to liberal Protestants foreshadows what the Jewish Left in the United States would do in the twentieth century

    5. In addition to sharing their pessimism, he also foreshadows their social and political solutions

    6. It foreshadows the sort of social order toward which he would strive

    7. “But all those events were merely foreshadows of the vast changes that are now occurring

    8. This Unusual Hold on the Bid foreshadows that there might be this monster buy order coming into the market

    9. The setup foreshadows a tradable low in the near future

    10. The bullish version appears at the bottom of a downtrend; it is calling a hammer and foreshadows a reversal and uptrend

    11. The bearish version appears at the top of an uptrend; it is calling a hanging man and foreshadows a reversal and downtrend

    12. ” Keynes is also credited with a quote that foreshadows a central argument in the limits-to-arbitrage literature: “The market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent

    13. 265 [I feel that way about all the workin’ stiffs in the country] Mac’s speech foreshadows perhaps the most famous one in a Steinbeck novel, in which Tom Joad in Chapter 28 of The Grapes of Wrath explains to his mother why he must leave the family and become an inspiration, operating secretly wherever poor people are struggling for justice and dignity

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