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1. This also might portend that a Theory of.
2. But what doth the Prophecy portend? I insisted.
3. The Air was thick with strange Suggestions; what might all these Things portend?
4. What does it mean? What does it portend? The thought unsettled his mind even as he recast his plans.
5. Moshe stirred uneasily at what that seemed to portend, as the voice continued, We will see.
6. Leaves: If they are green and fresh, they portend happiness; if they are withered, you will lose hope.
7. God then wanted to portend His Envoy’s victory and the imminent coming of the manifestation of truth.

8. Then God wanted to portend His Messenger with victory and the near coming of the manifestation of truth.
9. If you can’t see for yourself what the new environmental horrors portend, Lash seems to be saying, don’t worry.
10. But what about on an individual stock? In other words, does a high put/call reading in say AAPL portend anything for AAPL specifically? And by AAPL I mean proxy for any individual name with relatively active options.
11. There are many reasons companies file for bankruptcy (some bankruptcies are the result of creditors' actions, not company initiative), only some of which portend the termination of the firm and the liquidation of its assets.
12. On and on without respite until after about thirty hours of propeller airliner flying and anxious airport stops at the major European cities, I arrived in a freezing and cloudy Boston hoping the gloomy atmosphere was not a portend of bad news.
13. Why had Sotillo taken himself off with his whole command with this suddenness and secrecy? What did this move portend? However, it dawned upon the doctor that the man upstairs was one of the officers left behind by the disappointed colonel to communicate with him.
14. What did all this portend, and what portended the swift hoisting-up of Monsieur Gabelle behind a servant on horseback, and the conveying away of the said Gabelle (double-laden though the horse was), at a gallop, like a new version of the German ballad of Leonora?
15. Would it not be in order for Vivek to extract his pound of Gautam’s dear flesh and make him pay for his daring? As pride comes before a fall would not Gautam’s pride portend his fall? Was not his wife the source of his pride after all? Why, was there ever a more desirable woman in all of Delhi?
16. Almost in the center of it, above the Prechistenka Boulevard, surrounded and sprinkled on all sides by stars but distinguished from them all by its nearness to the earth, its white light, and its long uplifted tail, shone the enormous and brilliant comet of 18l2- the comet which was said to portend all kinds of woes and the end of the world.
17. Almost in the center of it, above the Prechístenka Boulevard, surrounded and sprinkled on all sides by stars but distinguished from them all by its nearness to the earth, its white light, and its long uplifted tail, shone the enormous and brilliant comet of 1812—the comet which was said to portend all kinds of woes and the end of the world.
18. Some clung to the Shrouds straining to see what had become of other Ships around us (as if that might portend our Fate) and some hung on to the Yards like veritable Monkies, essaying to straighten the torn and flapping Sails; others scurried to man the Pumps, shouting that all was lost, we should surely founder; and still others fell to bended Knee in Pray’r.
19. There would be decisive force in these considerations standing alone: nevertheless, at the risk of much contradiction, I must, in the fear of God, as well as in faithfulness to my convictions, acknowledge that I see no sufficient evidence positively to contradict the belief of the primitive church, that the New Testament writers, and our Lord Himself, may have intended, by their menace of judgment, what their awful words appear to portend.
20. The rain-dappled evergreen trees and holly bushes sparkled like cut diamonds in the glinting sun as we rode to the Lorraine Region of France, but my chest tightened as I received a vision from Kermes Twa; the water-droplets were tears she shed for me, but the question was why? Did they portend a future of torment and pain or happiness and joy? Her constant answer was, Life always unfolds its mysteries in ways that the human mind can never conceive of.
1. Over the horizon-line of the sea, along which floated a long wreath of black smoke from some steamer, crept long white clouds, portending a gale.
2. As it happened, I had learned more than I appreciated about reading people, so I was not fooled by a simple sniffle portending to be a prelude to cold.
3. As it happened, I had learned much more than I appreciated about reading people, so I was not fooled by a simple sniffle portending to be a prelude to cold.
1. She felt that this portended something.
2. It portended that there was one stone face too many, up at the chateau.
3. Few heeded the sign, and not even Bilbo yet had any notion of what it portended.
4. His gaze portended nothing—not pity, not feeling, not understanding—just non-judgmental glances.
5. The sun, low in the west, was sinking behind a heavy cloudbank, which, to nautical eyes, portended fog at sea.
6. But to the little hook-nosed man from Esmeralda, anxious about the export of hides, the silence of Charles Gould portended a failure.
7. The article went on to question whether any of the sisters was taking their responsibilities seriously and what it portended for the business’s chance of success.
8. Strabonus had raced ahead of news of the battle, and the people, just rousing to the occupations of the day, gaped to see their king returning with a small retinue, and were in doubt as to whether it portended victory or defeat.
9. What did all this portend, and what portended the swift hoisting-up of Monsieur Gabelle behind a servant on horseback, and the conveying away of the said Gabelle (double-laden though the horse was), at a gallop, like a new version of the German ballad of Leonora?
10. But sadly for Germany and arguably for the good of the world, while it was his grandeur of delusion and not the well-being of his country that made Goring envisage that absurdity, it was Fuehrer’s false sense of invincibility that made him overlook the danger the move had portended.
1. What that portends may seem surreal.
2. I was excited that I was being married but worried of uncertainties, which the future portends.
3. If a historical volatility chart is unusually flat, it often portends a radical move in futures prices.
4. Picnic: If you dream of having a picnic in the country, it portends happiness in love or promotion at work.
5. Aboard the Indian Airlines flight that very evening, Raja Rao’s thoughts hovered around what Roopa’s present portends for his future.
6. He did this in spite of the fact that sailors are a superstitious lot, and normally will refuse to sail with a corpse, as it portends bad luck.
7. But then the fate of the Indian politics has always been in the votes of its masses, and if only they can grasp what the future portends for them and the nation in the ‘Modi vision’ that is before they are called upon to cast their votes the next time.
8. For, today we have even a much better understanding of Tai Chi’s potential than we did a few years ago, so ignorance or inconclusive data is not an acceptable explanation from our medical universities that train our future doctors, without teaching them about Tai Chi research, and what it portends for their future patients.

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