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1. Now he had a presage of the same lost feeling.
2. Certainly, such an attitude did not presage anything good.
3. Elijah's translation to Heaven was a presage of immortal glory for all who faithfully served the same Lord.
4. Never did bough creak so mysteriously, and never did the far-away howling of dogs send such a woeful presage through the night.
5. A presage of sadness at never again doing a thing that had, with startling realization, become the most important thing in his life.
6. It was not difficult, however, to foretell the result, if any presage could be drawn from the feelings of those who crowded the place.
7. In which we draw nearer and nearer to our Conclusion, and certain Omens presage the Future of our Heroine, Hero, and their Beloved Babe.

8. And it all seemed to William to betoken not decline but progress—to presage the breaking through of some more ecstatic and penetrating way of life.
9. This did not presage anything good, yet I did not lose courage; for, having tasted the delight of prayer, offered by a heart full of anguish, I fell asleep, without a thought for the morrow.
10. Gathering no encouragement from this startling presage of the nature of the scrutiny he was likely to undergo from the more mature judgments of the men, there was an instant when the young soldier would have retreated.
11. One especial Sunday he awakened after a refreshing sleep, stretched his arms and yawned aloud, then lay pleasantly conscious of the well-being of his condition—half asleep still, and it was far into the morning! Belowstairs he could hear the heavy footsteps of Eliza, and fancied the early presage of dinner.
12. Cole's, I related to her all that passed, on which she very judiciously concluded, that if he did not come after me there was no harm done, and that, if he did, as her presage suggested to her he would, his character and his views should be well sifted, so as to know whether the game was worth the springes; that in the mean time nothing was easier than my part in it, since no more rested on me than to follow her cue and promptership throughout, till the last act.
13. For instance, if the trading time frame is trending, how is the lower time frame moving? Are there clear consolidations and good breaks that are indicative of a healthy trend? Are there potential overextensions and exhaustions on the lower time frame, or signs that momentum is starting to fail on that time frame? If the higher time frame is engaging important resistance, what is happening on the lower time frame? Is there evidence of price rejection, or are there consolidations near the higher time frame resistance that could presage a break of that level? This is definitely a blend of art and science, but these are key considerations for traders who do not monitor every tick of every market they follow—in other words, nearly everyone.
1. The line slowly widened, out of which a bright halo began to rise presaging.
2. In that on the right, a dismal sky, filled with rolling clouds and sad presaging ravens flying, over-shadows the outcast, seated on a rock in an attitude of listless dejection, with the swine feeding at his feet.
3. At the period of our last meeting, I had the satisfaction of communicating an adjustment with one of the principal belligerent nations, highly important in itself, and still more so, as presaging a more extended accommodation.
4. If the reputation of our arms has been thrown under clouds on the other, presaging flashes of heroic enterprise assure us that nothing is wanting to correspondent triumphs there also, but the discipline and habits which are in daily progress.
5. But in his joy at the enchanted, tacit acquiescence of the mate, Ahab did not hear his foreboding invocation; nor yet the low laugh from the hold; nor yet the presaging vibrations of the winds in the cordage; nor yet the hollow flap of the sails against the masts, as for a moment their hearts sank in.
1. A tingle near his anus presaged an erection.
2. Decipher recent events presaged by previous.
3. A little bank of purple cloud on the horizon presaged a burning day.
4. In the hospitals during the war she had seen too many faces wearing this pinched look not to know what it inevitably presaged.
5. The sultry weather presaged the first rains of the year, but the transparent air and the Sunday silence in the harbor seemed to belong to a more benevolent month.
6. Jason wondered if the figure more accurately presaged the take of present-day casinos! Along with a counterproposal, President Andrew Johnson declared the Indians hostile.
7. As that wild yell rose above the clamor, there was an instant's lull, and then a hundred throats bayed ferocious answer and warriors came leaping to repel the attack presaged by the warning.
8. 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.
9. Despite his sadness he immediately felt reassured and understood the aim and sense of the vision: it had presaged Hanifa’s escape to Paradise where she would spend eternity with those of the highest ranks.
10. The looks of consternation upon my fellow admittees’ faces presaged some very unflattering, candid remarks along the general lines of how on God’s green earth could you be here? Weren’t you the guy who came to the last session drunk and wrote his name over and over in his blue book, handed it in over the proctors’ objections, and tried to leave without waiting for your buddy?
11. To fly with my thought to a land without anguish, is what sometimes I presaged could save me, but which ferocious colt that smashes in the thunderstorm, I suffer again for the footpath with the silk that hires me; because my mouth that is mute when it comes to speaking to you, once you have separated it did not stop protesting out loud, infamous love, if when I could embrace you, not even a sound I whispered and again I saw you passing.
12. Great Lord! thou alone hast heard, and thou alone knowest those ardent, despairing prayers of ignorance, of troubled repentance, those petitions for the healing of the body and the enlightenment of the mind, which have ascended to thee from that terrible precinct of death, from the general who, a moment before, was thinking of his cross of the George on his neck, and conscious in his terror of thy near presence, to the simple soldier writhing on the bare earth of the Nikolaevsky battery, and beseeching thee to bestow upon him there the reward, unconsciously presaged, for all his sufferings.
1. If the line crosses downwards it is called a ‘dead cross’ and presages a gloomy outlook.
2. Melancholy in a capitalist, like the appearance of a comet, presages some misfortune to the world.
3. Myth sometimes presages science, transcending from belief to fact via formula, reproduction and falsifiability.
4. In fact, a market trending down into support is not showing price rejection, and this type of pressure often presages a significant break of support.
5. How did we, who were so recently one Being, become two? I marvell’d most at this, for still I felt you ’neath my Heart and I wept for the Separation which presages all the Separations of Life, ending with Death.
6. She was one of the finest frigates in the British navy, well manned, and commanded by one of their most experienced and gallant captains! This ship, our frigate, "the Constitution," of equal force, attacked, vanquished, and captured, after a short, though one of the most brilliant actions recorded in the naval history of any country; thereby giving certain presages of future glory, and a character to our rising navy, coeval almost with its existence, and setting an example which other officers and crews, equally emulous of fame, have since imitated, and have obtained the same laurels, which will never fade.
7. Yes, sir, with a full knowledge of what is past, and strong presages of what is to come, is it not deplorable to be compelled to think, that, in a very few months, perhaps in a still shorter time, American blood must be shed, to repel the hostile spirit of Great Britain, now rendered too manifest to every understanding; and worse than all, sir, to wash away the stains of our own unfortunate divisions and dissensions; and is it not wonderful, as it is deplorable, that the virtuous and patriotic American people, and sometimes called the most enlightened in the world, with the experience of the horrible consequences, through all ages, of the divisions of a people amongst themselves, should permit themselves from the same cause, to fall a prey to the same inevitable calamities?

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