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  1. I foresee one more problem.
  2. That said – I foresee –.
  3. Nor could they foresee that most.
  4. Nor could he foresee the miraculous.
  5. If you can foresee this as a likely.

  6. Hewas unable to foresee that in the.
  7. A human being cannot foresee the future.
  8. FORESEE, caused the kingdom to be postponed.
  9. So far it was impossible to foresee the end.
  10. Earlier, you said you could foresee your own death.
  11. But I did not foresee; and crime is to foresee and do.
  12. Many are optimists, or even foresee some kind of utopia.
  13. Flower, I foresee a time that man will need the dragon.
  14. I foresee that our nation will be safe for many years to.
  15. In this case you can clearly foresee that he’ll try to.

  16. There are always…complications…that I cannot foresee.
  17. It was a fierce battle, but it was easy to foresee the end.
  18. The Dragons, who did not foresee this, got caught in her traps.
  19. What these men did not foresee was the interference of Germany.
  20. I foresee this will be our grand stand, if not our last stand.
  21. She could not foresee that Colonel Brandon would give me a living.
  22. FORESEE THAT CHRIST WOULD BE REJECTED AND HE WOULD NOT SET UP THE.
  23. It is the part of a wise man to foresee danger, and to hide himself.
  24. Does he possess knowledge of the unseen, and can therefore foresee?
  25. He could sense the good and bad in others and could foresee the future.

  26. I could foresee this triangular telepathy being something of a nightmare.
  27. In the rosy future, I foresee a rough, tough, wild and hilarious existence.
  28. Few can foresee whither their road will lead them, till they come to its end.
  29. But I did not foresee it when I came, though I knew with whom I had to deal.
  30. Although it is a major setback I don’t foresee any changes to the Master Plan.
  31. In the past, your father has always had a supernatural ability to foresee trends.
  32. It should have been used a long time ago to foresee and avoid such a predicament.
  33. You cannot foresee the results of even the most trivial act; you do not know the.
  34. What we did not foresee was someone like you, Bob, putting a new twist to things.
  35. Thus the premium is for analysts who can foresee changes in earnings, stockholders’.
  36. O please! Can I spell it out for you – learn to foresee that horror of race that is.
  37. As to the impact on competing local businesses, we don’t foresee that being an issue.
  38. What was there to foresee in that? I made that as plain as possible over and over again.
  39. It is amazing how his Serene Highness could so foresee the intentions of the French!.
  40. When I decided on what it is we should do to accomplish our goal, I did not foresee this.
  41. I am your protector and helper, as I said before, but I could not foresee this happening.
  42. Perhaps the political stars were with Modi in 2014 and the netas could foresee the future.
  43. It is difficult to foresee the future what has already happened is the only certain thing.
  44. I do not foresee any issue with it being validated, or any political issues from any of you.
  45. It is difficult to foresee the future what has already happened is the only certain thing 10.
  46. If you foresee that happening, that company is obviously not a good investment at that time!.
  47. But why? I foresee no harm in telling you of my predictions for the future, Central said.
  48. I foresee that the future is pregnant with events, and that there is much that needs explanation.
  49. There are events colliding that I cannot foresee but the fate of the Guardians is in the balance.
  50. I foresee major conflicts with Philemon – I don’t want this to be the one on which I make.
  51. But Olin had failed to anticipate something, though he always strived to foresee unsafe situations.
  52. I will shy of calling you a ‘paid assassin’ – I can’t foresee this operation going that far.
  53. She accepts that response for the present but thinks I could yet go through changes I can’t foresee.
  54. Even five minutes before his death, they said afterwards wonderingly, it was impossible to foresee it.
  55. I meld with the racing mind of Holder desperately trying to interpret her actions, foresee her future.
  56. Reacting to trouble was second-best; it was your fault that you didn't foresee the trouble and prevent it.
  57. For you do not yet know the strength of your hearts, and you cannot foresee what each may meet upon the road.
  58. I then persuaded Coatl to come home for some food and rest, I could foresee little rest in the weeks to come.
  59. This complication after the delivery, which nobody could foresee, put the young family on the verge of collapse.
  60. Adrian thought himself completely justified, that is, up until a thought came to his mind that he didn't foresee.
  61. Can you foresee anything that might come in the way of your exercise? If so, how will you deal with this obstacle?
  62. We analysts were able to foresee then the really brilliant period of growth that was looming ahead in the next decade.
  63. What benefits or what misfortunes to mankind may hereafter result from those great events, no human wisdom can foresee.
  64. What should have been a nasty but contained event spilled over into the capital markets in ways very few people could foresee.
  65. But Lydgate had not been experienced enough to foresee that his new course would be even more offensive to the laity; and to Mr.
  66. I maintained that she was so innocent that she could not foresee my treachery, and yielded to me unconsciously, unawares, and so on.
  67. I also foresee provincial governments with extended powers and jurisdictions for the Tonkin, Annam, Cochin China, Laos and Cambodia.
  68. It was well known that water would be met with, but it was impossible to foresee at what depth or in what quantity it would be found.
  69. As time passes, and considering the severity of his late sister’s illness, being the same, I can only foresee a most awful outcome’.
  70. The facts clearly show that Napoleon did not foresee and the Russian commanders then think of luring Napoleon on, but quite the contrary.
  71. We are proud to report that we are seventy-one percent ahead of schedule, and that we foresee achieving completion within four hours.
  72. I can easily guess what would you do after getting rich and also I can easily foresee what hardships the poverty can bring into your life.
  73. Unfortunately, I did not foresee that at age 55 I would be viewed as washed up, fired, rehired the next day for 28 months without benefits.
  74. The securities performed as promised, of course, but there were a couple of developments that Graham and Dodd did not and could not foresee.
  75. Even at our present rate of speed the point at which we may arrive in two or three generations is beyond the power of imagination to foresee.
  76. The shocks of youthful minds among themselves have this admirable property, that one can never foresee the spark, nor divine the lightning flash.
  77. The big difference I might foresee is that diverse views will be able to cohabitate in a way that could not be even contemplated at the present time.
  78. You judged from your knowledge of the Colonel's general benevolence; but at least you could not foresee that the opportunity would so very soon occur.
  79. As to Lydgate himself, having been accepted, he was prepared to accept all the consequences which he believed himself to foresee with perfect clearness.
  80. I do this to make things more comprehensible for the reader, and because I can't foresee where this account could fit in in the later part of my story.
  81. You will excuse me for not waiting for you, said he; I have, I foresee, a very busy day before me in looking into this case of young Openshaw’s.
  82. He conducted them in the usual manner, and could not foresee that two such strong men as those Nekhludoff saw would not be able to stand it and would die.
  83. As he walked home through the rain thinking of these things, Easton realized that it was not possible to foresee what a day or even an hour might bring forth.
  84. On three separate occasions I registered for an algebra class, only to withdraw before the course ended because I could foresee the failing grade coming my way.
  85. If you are not able to go the gym for any period of time (which periodically happens as your life takes you places you cannot foresee), your stress will build up.
  86. For the wise men did easily foresee this to be the one and only way to the wealth of a community, if equality of all things should be brought in and established'.
  87. Wallace or when analogous views on the origin of species are generally admitted, we can dimly foresee that there will be a considerable revolution in natural history.
  88. Of course the butterfly effect suggests that we may not always be able to predict or foresee the outcomes of our actions, but that does not mean we should not even try.
  89. There was no deep insight into causes and effects necessary to foresee that such a situation of things was likely to prove highly prejudicial to their future movements.
  90. I do foresee then that it will be very possible to call that Pretty One to court and ask her to explain the finer details on the contract and that she will fail miserably.
  91. When the end came it was not because of any direct terrorist action but because of a political shift which no-one could foresee and caught even the terrorists by surprise.
  92. He led the party in the usual way, according to instructions, and could not possibly foresee that such strong men, like the two whom Nekhludoff had seen, would succumb and die.
  93. He carefully fulfilled his duties, separated the weak ones, and could not possibly foresee either the terrible heat, or that they would be taken away so late and in such a crowd.
  94. As for the relationship between his electronic media and his venture into print, he did not foresee newspapers being replaced by television or news transmitted on cable channels.
  95. What would have been the result, even if Santiago City had been carried by assault, if the Spanish fleet had turned its heavy guns against the invading army, it is easy to foresee.
  96. He knew intimately from his youth how powerful and extensive the hold of the Italian mobsters was over his city and could foresee a lot more blood to be spilled in the near future.
  97. If ever I permit you to chronicle any more of my little problems, Watson, I foresee that you will enliven your pages by an account of the singular adventure of the Napoleonic busts.
  98. Based on this logic, rational investors may foresee low expected returns near a cyclical peak and accept these as fair, thanks to their higher risk tolerance amidst abundant wealth.
  99. But all the same, if in spite of all the obvious disadvantages you foresee, more and more come forward every day ready to fight for the common cause, it will be able to do without you.
  100. For a full week Peteru and Uretep made a meticulous survey of every space in Oasis so they could plan the position of enseemats, calculate how many were needed and foresee all problems.
  1. The vizir, foreseeing what would.
  2. I had the conviction that he was foreseeing my thoughts.
  3. CHRIST FROM HIS DEATH TO HIS RESURRECTION? He foreseeing.
  4. And the scripture, foreseeing that God would justify the heathen.
  5. Hackbutt, foreseeing some political disagreement with his family lawyer.
  6. Furthermore, the fact that the ability to foreseeing our seasons shows that a.
  7. In short, the ability to foreseeing our life’s good and bad seasons changes.
  8. The ability to foreseeing our life’s good and bad seasons changes profoundly.
  9. I meant to go to bed rather early, foreseeing I should have a lot to do'next day.
  10. Joel makes a further prophecy in Chapter 2: 28 to 32, foreseeing the present time.
  11. HIS RESURRECTION? He foreseeing this spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that.
  12. What Sabaneyev did you mean? he asked Kolya, foreseeing what his answer would be.
  13. They had as much hope of foreseeing that as predicting who would win the next lottery.
  14. Acts 2:31 He foreseeing (this) spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that neither.
  15. Acts 2:31 He foreseeing [this] spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that neither.
  16. Princess Mary, foreseeing no end to this, rose first, and complaining of a headache began.
  17. Acts 2:31 He foreseeing [this] spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that neither was.
  18. This exercise develops reaction to the actions of the opponent by foreseeing his intentions.
  19. The folk here reveled in it, however—adults foreseeing renewed hunting, and anticipating a surfeit of crops.
  20. Gal: 3:8: And the scripture, foreseeing that God would justify the heathen through faith, preached before the.
  21. That was simply out of affection and my sincere devotion to you, foreseeing trouble in the house, to spare you.
  22. This faculty of foreseeing the path along which humanity must move, is common in a greater or less degree to all men.
  23. And it was to that man that I rushed, fully knowing what sort of man he was and foreseeing everything even in detail.
  24. I understand, and foreseeing that such might be the case, I took, in spite of my ignorance of affairs, certain precautions.
  25. By making careful preparations, by foreseeing possibilities, Doc hoped to make this party as non-lethal as possible without making it dull.
  26. If only the payment is according to our strength, said the tall man with the bass voice, evidently foreseeing how the matter would end.
  27. Acts 2:31 He foreseeing (this) spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that neither was he (psukee) left unto Hades, nor did his flesh see corruption.
  28. THEN TO ALL NATIONS: And the scripture, FORESEEING that God would justify the Gentiles by faith, PREACH THE GOSPEL BEFOREHAND UNTO ABRAHAM, SAYING 'IN.
  29. It is probable that the instructions of the prefecture, foreseeing a possibility of combat and insurgents in force, had forbidden the patrol to part company.
  30. Foreseeing, to men of Bulstrode's anxious temperament, is often worse than seeing; and his imagination continually heightened the anguish of an imminent disgrace.
  31. Nor had I reflected upon this at first, and I rested in the shade of that ideal happiness as beneath that of the manchineel tree, without foreseeing the consequences.
  32. Why, that foreseeing such a calamity you deserted your own father, and would not protect us, for I might have been taken up any time for stealing that three thousand.
  33. Still he called himself stupid now for not foreseeing that it would be impossible for him to look towards Dorothea—nay, that she might feel his coming an impertinence.
  34. It will be remembered that, on the arrival of the rabble in the Rue de la Chanvrerie, an old woman, foreseeing the bullets, had placed her mattress in front of her window.
  35. Being therefore, a prophet, and knowing that God had sworn with an oath to him, that of the fruit of his loins he would set one upon his throne; HE FORESEEING THIS STAKE.
  36. Being therefore a prophet, and knowing that God has sworn with an oath to him, that of the fruit of his loins HE WOULD SET ONE UPON HIS THRONE; HE FORESEEING THIS SPOKE OF THE.
  37. Anna answered a few words, but not foreseeing any entertainment from the conversation, she asked Annushka to get a lamp, hooked it onto the arm of her seat, and took from her bag.
  38. She seemed to be wanting, and not daring, to tell him something; and as though foreseeing their present relations could not continue, she seemed to be expecting something from him.
  39. Give me Number Four, you! (To the boy, and with a dreadfully severe stare; foreseeing the danger of that miscreant's brushing me with it, or making some other sign of familiarity.
  40. Feeling that Nekhludoff wanted to lead her out into another world, she resisted him, foreseeing that she would have to lose her place in life, with the self-possession and self-respect it gave her.
  41. Being therefore, a prophet, and knowing that God had sworn with an oath to him, that of the fruit of his loins he would set one upon his throne; he foreseeing this spoke of the resurrection of the Christ.
  42. Foreseeing a black day of ingratitude, Martha, with wonderful forethought, had put on one side one or two letters from each series of her mistress' secret correspondence, which always passed through her hands.
  43. Anna answered a few words, but not foreseeing any entertainment from the conversation, she asked Annushka to get a lamp, hooked it onto the arm of her seat, and took from her bag a paper knife and an English novel.
  44. For once, let us take the time to reflect with the intent of foreseeing possible scenarios before haphazardly marching into brave new worlds without thought of the environments we are destroying, transforming, and creating.
  45. The coachman, foreseeing a prolonged wait, encased his horses' muzzles in the bag of oats which is damp at the bottom, and which is so familiar to Parisians, to whom, be it said in parenthesis, the Government sometimes applies it.
  46. Because advanced mathematics gives the appearance of precision to the inherently iffy process of foreseeing the future, investors must be highly skeptical of anyone who claims to hold any complex computational key to basic financial problems.
  47. Of course he could have undeceived her before she started, but the mischievous boy had been careful not to do that, foreseeing the probably laughable disgust that she would experience when she found her dear friend, the prince, in good health.
  48. Nevertheless, I often thought of him ; what is more, I thought of him not only without repulsion, not only with curiosity, but even with sympathy, as though foreseeing from him something new, some means of escape in harmony with my new feelings and plans.
  49. Again, the Premillennialists tell us that God did not know the Jews were going to reject Christ as their King, and the kingdom was postponed, therefore, Paul could not have been speaking by inspiration when he said, "And the scripture, FORESEEING" for according to Millennialists teaching, not even God foresaw it.
  50. But he could not draw back from the generous word when it was once uttered, even though he felt now, vaguely foreseeing certain eventualities in his intrigue with Madame Karenina, that this generous word had been spoken thoughtlessly, and that even though he were not married he might need all the hundred thousand of income.
  51. Amalia Ivanovna was foreseeing something amiss, and at the same time deeply wounded by Katerina Ivanovna’s haughtiness, and to restore the good-humour of the company and raise herself in their esteem she began, apropos of nothing, telling a story about an acquaintance of hers ‘Karl from the chemist’s,’ who was driving one 684 of 967.
  52. Foreseeing how useful it might be and satisfying themselves that his intention was quite serious, they had offered him the means to come to Russia (he was set for some reason on dying in Russia), gave him a commission which he promised to carry out (and he had done so), and had, moreover, bound him by a promise, as you already know, to commit suicide only when he was told to.
  53. A horrible fury of hatred suddenly surged up in Mitya's heart: “There he was, his rival, the man who had tormented him, had ruined his life!” It was a rush of that sudden, furious, revengeful anger of which he had spoken, as though foreseeing it, to Alyosha, four days ago in the arbor, when, in answer to Alyosha's question, “How can you say you'll kill our father?” “I don't know, I don't know,” he had said then.
  54. Although the above decrees partake of municipal as well as external regulation, yet the French Emperor, foreseeing that Great Britain would not relinquish the ground taken while the continental system, so hostile to her commercial interests, was continued, and yielding for a moment, as is supposed, to the groans of subjugated States, stipulated by the above letter for a relinquishment of his system by an entire repeal of those decrees.
  55. But perhaps it was not a case of active complicity on Smerdyakov's part, but only of passive acquiescence; perhaps Smerdyakov was intimidated and agreed not to prevent the murder, and foreseeing that he would be blamed for letting his master be murdered, without screaming for help or resisting, he may have obtained permission from Dmitri Karamazov to get out of the way by shamming a fit—‘you may murder him as you like; it's nothing to me.
  56. If Moses did not ascend into Heaven at his death and had not ascended at the time Christ spoke this how did the robber ascend to Heaven if Moses and David did not? In an attempt to make a passage say someone went to Heaven at death, has the thief been made to be better than Moses and David? WHERE WAS CHRIST FROM HIS DEATH TO HIS RESURRECTION? He foreseeing this spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that neither was he left unto Hades, nor did his flesh see corruption.
  57. If Moses did not ascend into Heaven at his death and had not ascended at the time Christ spoke this, how did the robber ascend to Heaven if Moses and David did not? In an attempt to make a passage say someone went to Heaven at death the thief has been made to be better than Moses and David? Where was Christ from His death to His resurrection? He foreseeing this spoke of the resurrection of the Christ, that neither was he left unto Hades, nor did his flesh see corruption.
  58. Amalia Ivanovna was foreseeing something amiss, and at the same time deeply wounded by Katerina Ivanovna's haughtiness, and to restore the good-humour of the company and raise herself in their esteem she began, apropos of nothing, telling a story about an acquaintance of hers "Karl from the chemist's," who was driving one night in a cab, and that "the cabman wanted him to kill, and Karl very much begged him not to kill, and wept and clasped hands, and frightened and from fear pierced his heart.
  59. Amalia Ivanovna was foreseeing something amiss, and at the same time deeply wounded by Katerina Ivanovna's haughtiness, and to restore the good‐humour of the company and raise herself in their esteem she began, apropos of nothing, telling a story about an acquaintance of hers "Karl from the chemist's," who was driving one night in a cab, and that "the cabman wanted him to kill, and Karl very much begged him not to kill, and wept and clasped hands, and frightened and from fear pierced his heart.
  60. Not only that, but the subtle insanity of Ahab respecting Moby Dick was noways more significantly manifested than in his superlative sense and shrewdness in foreseeing that, for the present, the hunt should in some way be stripped of that strange imaginative impiousness which naturally invested it; that the full terror of the voyage must be kept withdrawn into the obscure background (for few men's courage is proof against protracted meditation unrelieved by action); that when they stood their long night watches, his officers and men must have some nearer things to think of than Moby Dick.
  61. Acts 2:31 He foreseeing [this] spoke of the resurrection of the Christ,.
  1. He had even foreseen this.
  2. I should have foreseen that.
  3. I have foreseen all of this.
  4. What he had foreseen took place.
  5. The occasion would never be foreseen.
  6. However, our Creator has foreseen this.
  7. Yes, it was then foreseen and foretold.
  8. No one could have foreseen his decision.
  9. All eventualities have been foreseen.
  10. A lot foreseen men with guns and ferrets.
  11. His eyes, with a bit of pink eye foreseen.
  12. The foreseen and expected is rarely true.
  13. No one could have foreseen such a tragedy.
  14. The changer had foreseen only ordinary men.
  15. I’ve foreseen all of this in my dreams.
  16. Costliness ignored, none will have foreseen it.
  17. She wondered how much of this Anon had foreseen.
  18. Aglaya had not foreseen that particular calamity.
  19. The Elders had foreseen that it might take some.
  20. He had not foreseen it had all stemmed from this man.
  21. Had I foreseen, I should have left him at Halliford.
  22. As she'd foreseen, the girl hadn't liked her teacher.
  23. The effect which they had foreseen had been attained.
  24. What happens next is something I should have foreseen.
  25. All dangerous obstacles must be foreseen and removed.
  26. The hotel staff had foreseen that the whisky may run.
  27. The correct meaning is accidental, that is, not foreseen.
  28. As they had not foreseen this scenario, Max took a chance.
  29. Crawford, as you have perhaps foreseen, is yet in the house.
  30. Not that anyone could have foreseen the miserable outcome.
  31. There’s no way we could have foreseen this, I admitted.
  32. But hear me, for I have also foreseen the nature of your demise.
  33. Perhaps the founders should have foreseen our irresponsibility.
  34. FORESEEN THE NEED FOR CHRIST TO COME A SECOND TIME TO SET UP THE.
  35. So everything was going well, and nothing could have been foreseen.
  36. There's a tritium extractor aboard, that eventuality was foreseen.
  37. PREMILLENNIALISTS TELL US WAS NOT IN GOD'S PLAN, AND NOT FORESEEN BY.
  38. He had not foreseen this turn of affairs, and was not prepared for it.
  39. Raising a hand to quieten everyone, their plans had not foreseen this.
  40. She had also foreseen that Orphenn would come through the door, and when.
  41. Their commanders had foreseen that they could not break through our lines.
  42. Then Tse, whom we should have foreseen but for whatever reason we did not.
  43. The dark wind from the east was crueler than even the elders had foreseen.
  44. This wasn't how she'd foreseen her life… and he was certainly no Adrian.
  45. It all happened as the Sultan had foreseen, and the two brothers appeared in.
  46. Florentino Ariza had foreseen how things would be that night, and he withdrew.
  47. This decision had been foreseen by the princess, who knew quite well that if.
  48. His eyes snap open and he proudly proclaims that he had foreseen these events.
  49. Nothing had, but the words, as Blanche had wickedly foreseen, lingered in Mrs.
  50. She ought to have known, she ought to have thought, she ought to have foreseen.
  51. Whatever happens it always appears that just that event was foreseen and decreed.
  52. And when I told you I had foreseen the result, it is the honor of your visit I.
  53. Harold threw himself into paving the way for his now foreseen prolonged absence.
  54. Jonah knew the Lord well enough to have foreseen this result, and so his prophecy.
  55. Sprague, the rugged and weighty, was, as every one had foreseen, an adherent of Mr.
  56. How could he have foreseen that his entire plan rested on the shoulders of a fool?
  57. In most cases such economic monopolies could have been prevented had it been foreseen.
  58. His odd behavior made me wonder if he had foreseen something unpleasant in our future.
  59. Admiralty had foreseen that such a move would alienate the public, and consequently the.
  60. But then you could easily have foreseen such a thing and ended it in literally 0 seconds.
  61. However, there are some matches that are usually never foreseen, such as the matches made.
  62. His presence was the wild card, the random factor our hidden enemy could not have foreseen.
  63. Several millennia ago, it was foreseen that wisdom and knowledge would be lost and obscured.
  64. It was next to impossible any human being could have foreseen, much less provided against it.
  65. Someone has already foreseen the problem and helped us out by smashing a bunch of windows.
  66. No one could have foreseen the speed with which events have unfolded, said the technician.
  67. Still, the dangers of war cannot be always foreseen; there is a good deal of chance about them?
  68. It was quite certain that he had foreseen his fate, and that it had caused him the utmost horror.
  69. However, if they had foreseen the long months of effort, they might have reconsidered their plans.
  70. Just as she had foreseen, Aureliano Segundo went back to her house as soon as the honeymoon was over.
  71. Yesterday he added that, had he but known, but foreseen, these expenses, he would never have married.
  72. The change came after 1948 when the Nationalists took control of parliament (nobody had foreseen that).
  73. Therefore, the value of the investment is very low in relation to the foreseen amount of reconstruction.
  74. Though I had foreseen something of the sort, yet the reckless inaccuracy of the paragraph overwhelmed me.
  75. As anyone bar a long haired liberal could have foreseen, a generation gap is beginning to haunt them now.
  76. Yet what saved "the scoundrels" for a short time was something quite unexpected which they had not foreseen.
  77. Though if I had foreseen how swift would be his onset in answer, maybe I should not have dared to show myself.
  78. My horror, guilt, and sorrow mattered not at all when compared to the deaths of thousands that I had foreseen.
  79. A fire was burning there; which indicated that Jean Valjean's reply: "I will remain below," had been foreseen.
  80. She could not have said, for instance, that she had foreseen something of the sort—and yet now, as 727 of 967.
  81. Naturally the disastrous decline of earnings in 1931–1933 could not have been foreseen or fully guarded against.
  82. But this circumstance had been foreseen, because I felt myself propelled into a little room adjoining the wardrobe.
  83. For so it had come about, as indeed I and many men might have foreseen had not terror and disaster blinded our minds.
  84. It was possible that the Committee had attributed the difficulties to circumstances which ought to have been foreseen.
  85. He was wishing he had done this up a quiet alley – but he was not smart enough to have foreseen the public reaction.
  86. Adam could never have foreseen it happening, but he had blundered into one of the finest urban lifestyles in Australia.
  87. So far it was all as she had foreseen; but on entering the house she beheld what no foresight had taught her to expect.
  88. He regretted his decision to mate Rebecca with the Doctor, which had set off a chain of events that he had not foreseen.
  89. Those negotiations were brief since Soma had foreseen as much and hence proffered to favor the three of them with Amrita.
  90. What I hadn’t foreseen was how quickly our ways would change as the nine villages grew and harvested more and more grain.
  91. She had not foreseen anything of this, and her feelings could seldom withstand the melancholy influence of the word last.
  92. Well, I think we can safely assume that they couldn’t have foreseen all of the technological advances and developments.
  93. I have foreseen the army we are about to face and it is a great gathering of darkness, greater than has ever amassed before.
  94. On what particular day it would be proper to have every member in his place, could not be foreseen with certainty by any one.
  95. As the Great Old Ones had foreseen and had prepared for, the two who were one returned to the son and the multiverse was born.
  96. Norris ran about; but all this gave her no trouble, and as she had foreseen, there was, in fact, no trouble in the business.
  97. It may safely be prophesied, however, that no one could have foreseen the extraordinary turn which they were actually to take.
  98. Yet the most skilful naturalist, from an examination of the species of the two countries, could not have foreseen this result.
  99. That one moment was enough for her to make the decision that was foreseen in the laws of God and man: until death do you part.
  100. He could not but admit to himself that he might not have made this journey, if he could have foreseen the events of a few days.
  1. Why, one who foresees all contingencies.
  2. Its name indicates that it foresees higher prices.
  3. Nevertheless, God who foresees what will happen in the.
  4. He endeavours to buy them up when he foresees that their price is likely to.
  5. It identifies them when they agree to Bank3Sector that foresees an minimum aggregate of.
  6. When he foresees that provisions are likaly to run short, he puts them upon short allowance.
  7. It foresees the facility of borrowing, and therefore dispenses itself from the duty of saving.
  8. The Project foresees that each Bank3Sector contains juridically around 16,807 organizations formed.
  9. But… but… Eastern wisdom says that a really wise man foresees the end before starting any doing.
  10. Lewis foresees a race of conditioners that could cut out posterity in what shape they please.
  11. He foresees that English will still dominate domestically, and will continue to be used in foreign trade and diplomacy.
  12. The sovereign feels that he must provide for such exigencies by saving, because he foresees the absolute impossibility of borrowing.
  13. This will depend on the amount of adverse or favorable movement the hedger foresees, as well as the risk he is willing to accept if he is wrong.
  14. And the only one that concerns me is the first scenario, which foresees the boomers turning into savers, but without the help of the stock market.
  15. I saw Linda Darnell in – is it about a newspaper editor who can see the future and foresees his own death? Sometimes we would just watch a program.
  16. Classical scholar and author Tracy Lee Simmons foresees that we can anticipate only a bland, homogenous ignorance in the student exposed to such a regime.
  17. It seems to me that it is chiefly because of his political views that my father is reluctant to speak of going to Moscow; for he foresees the encounters that would result.
  18. After all, the story of the renegade monk and his earthly love, culminating in marriage, is not unusual; one foresees the ultimate solution of this problem—his renunciation of the world and his return to his monastery.
  19. It seems to me that it is chiefly because of his political views that my father is reluctant to speak of going to Moscow; for he foresees the encounters that would result from his way of expressing his views regardless of anybody.
  1. He is dead as he foresaw.
  2. Your mother foresaw that I.
  3. While he foresaw an evening of.
  4. Those He foresaw would not accept.
  5. Those that He foresaw would accept.
  6. Today comes the foul dawn I foresaw.
  7. She foresaw the gift you would have.
  8. Therefore, he foresaw what he would do.
  9. Maybe he foresaw needing my help later.
  10. Hastings foresaw complications to come.
  11. He foresaw some danger to the collection.
  12. HE never foresaw computers and there are no.
  13. Lambi probably foresaw how his life would end.
  14. While they two clasped each other, and foresaw.
  15. He foresaw a final battle between Law and Chaos.
  16. Who foresaw his brother’s death on the steamboat.
  17. Now I foresaw this gathering trouble, and avoided it.
  18. Had the abductors foresaw or had anything to do with this?
  19. It happened differently than I foresaw, he says heavily.
  20. He foresaw the collapse into Chaos and the faltering of the Balance.
  21. David says concerning Him, Jesus, I foresaw the Lord before my face.
  22. It was quite a surprise and he foresaw a real problem behind the request.
  23. She foresaw that our fate was in the balance, and her heart beat violently.
  24. He wondered if Ava foresaw this happening and used that to guard it from Alan.
  25. I foresaw that, being convicted, his possessions would be forfeited to the Crown.
  26. We believe that Jeohab foresaw the Sundering and the formation of the multiverse.
  27. I foresaw he would change his mind! He is at home here, while it's my first visit.
  28. But the destruction of the French, which he alone foresaw, was his heart’s one.
  29. It is noted that Jesus Himself did not turn away from the destiny that He foresaw.
  30. I foresaw he would change his mind! He is at home here, while it’s my first visit.
  31. Further, Stirling foresaw that the number of men in such a team would ideally be four.
  32. I foresaw this pause, and her entrance altogether made an irritating impression on me.
  33. But the destruction of the French, which he alone foresaw, was his heart’s one desire.
  34. Andre shook his head plaintively at the amount of work that he foresaw to create the road.
  35. He smiled because he foresaw the topic the conversation would turn on, and he was glad of it.
  36. He foresaw an entire street of inns and shops crossing the island from one bridge to the other.
  37. Colonel Aureliano, Buendía became aware somehow of those changes and foresaw their consequences.
  38. I foresaw that there would be a regular crush there, and turned up the collar of my coat to meet it.
  39. It is true, that Keller foresaw a coming Dark Age, one in which he would never achieve his potential.
  40. Like Eve, however, the women never foresaw the unintended consequences of a Male Spirit-driven culture.
  41. They vaguely discerned and dimly foresaw the approaching times of spiritual sifting and cruel adversity.
  42. But he foresaw that today the leaders of the nations of Kellaran would meet to perform acts of greatness.
  43. Would you believe it, I foresaw all this! I have that special faculty, whatever I imagine comes to pass.
  44. Then he foresaw such worries that he quickly dismissed so disagreeable a subject of meditation from his mind.
  45. He asked me whether I foresaw any battles in our clan’s future that might require the warriors Lovern requested.
  46. Remembering our council, I foresaw a long captivity behind the walls of Orenbourg, and I was ready to cry with chagrin.
  47. He foresaw with distress that something very unseemly was beginning and that there were positive signs of disobedience.
  48. Again without comment, Saa-ra said that Jesus foresaw the end of his ministry, so he set in motion a strategy of closure.
  49. The Master looked upon men as the sons of God and foresaw a magnificent and eternal future for those who chose survival.
  50. While he foresaw an evening of single mediocrity, she could feel the ravening joy of her twin cravings rising in her gorge.
  51. He foresaw the losses in Vietnam and didn’t want to repeat what the French had already done (failed with 250,000 soldiers).
  52. He lamented that Alexander accomplished in thirty years more than he foresaw for his own military life, illustrious as it was.
  53. I foresaw that such incidents would often be repeated; but I resolved not to change my conduct in any way, whatever might be the result.
  54. As she rode home, with Merthin beside her and Thomas driving the cart, she saw a lot of land in the same state, and she foresaw a crisis.
  55. But this time he had specially urgent business, and he foresaw how difficult it would be to approach the subject, yet he was in great haste.
  56. Not only is Peter saying Christ is on David's throne at that time, but also that God foresaw the rejection, death, and resurrection of Christ.
  57. When he spoke, Lou revealed that he possessed psychic abilities, as I had thought that he might: I foresaw this much, but not what comes next.
  58. Although I foresaw a new and inevitable change in the state of things, yet I could not help trembling as I thought of the dangers of her situation.
  59. They foresaw our coming and they knew they could not match two Councils of Wizards, so they are moving pre-emptively to secure a victory, I said.
  60. Grant foresaw in her; and being a warm-hearted, unreserved woman, Mary had not been three hours in the house before she told her what she had planned.
  61. Vincy uttered that presentiment about Rosamond, she herself had never had the idea that she should be driven to make the sort of appeal which he foresaw.
  62. No simulation, however well researched, could predict the impending catastrophe he foresaw, there were only recommended responses – a standard strategy.
  63. She began to pray, but there was no comfort in prayer; and her suffering was less for herself than for her father, whose grief she foresaw and understood.
  64. He talked tough about defense and would not remove all troops from Viet Nam until after the ’64 election; but he wanted out because he foresaw the losses.
  65. Then wrinkling her snout as though a nasty taste had flooded her mouth, she answered, Brock had a vision in which he foresaw the destruction of Brockenhurst Sett.
  66. He foresaw nations dealing with their own affairs inside their respective boundaries, and resorting to world law to settle anything outside of those same borderlines.
  67. But at the last moment the pock-marked man, who had more sense than the rest, and foresaw the possibility of a serious crime being committed, preferred to betray Lambert.
  68. Oh, he foresaw his illness! He told me that the envelope contained the details of the escape, and that if he died or was taken dangerously ill, I was to save Mitya alone.
  69. What had not been said, but which Downe foresaw, was that if a satisfactory answer was not given, the matter would escalate and there would be very pointed questions asked.
  70. But Sonia became more and more anxious and distressed; she, too, foresaw that the dinner would not end peaceably, and saw with terror Katerina Ivanovna's growing irritation.
  71. As there was no business objection to this, and as he foresaw that even if it were all well with Charles, and he were to be released, he could not hope to leave the city, Mr.
  72. The way in which he spoke of his love affairs only increased my alarm, for I foresaw the cause of fresh and more hideous tragedies in this event to which he alluded so boastfully.
  73. They all laughed, and the thought crossed the prince’s mind that perhaps Lebedeff was really trifling in this way because he foresaw inconvenient questions, and wanted to gain time.
  74. Then she had feared lest her effort at fellowship should be unwelcome; now she dreaded going to the spot where she foresaw that she must bind herself to a fellowship from which she shrank.
  75. Oh, I foresaw how trivial all objections would be, and that I should be as trivial myself in expounding my " idea " : why, what have I said after all 1 I haven't told a hundredth part of it.
  76. So here you have this man, this father who reproaches his profligate son! Gentlemen, forgive my anger, but I foresaw that this crafty old man would only bring you together to create a scandal.
  77. It was not over the downfall of the man, but over the defeat of the Napoleonic idea, that they rejoiced, and in this they foresaw for themselves the bright and cheering prospect of a revivified political existence.
  78. These are the objections, Glaucon, and there are many others of a like kind, which I foresaw long ago; they made me afraid and reluctant to take in hand any law about the possession and nurture of women and children.
  79. The greater part of the citizens, or those who governed the greater part of them, fought in defence of their own importance, which, they foresaw, was to be at an end whenever the ancient government should be re-established.
  80. Epanchin’s invariable fussiness and anxiety, there could not be the slightest hitch in the simplest matters of everyday life, but she immediately foresaw the most dreadful and alarming consequences, and suffered accordingly.
  81. We have been often admonished by those who foresaw the present evils; and had we been wise, might have avoided the calamities in which the country is now involved, and from which there is at present no prospect of speedy relief.
  82. As I foresaw, the new consciousness of life for God, for the perfection of love, has become dulled, weakened, and when I needed it, these days, it proved itself to be, if not exactly ineffectual, yet less effectual than I expected.
  83. For David speaketh concerning him, I foresaw the Lord always before my face, for he is on my right hand, that I shall not be moved: Therefore did my heart rejoice, and my tongue was glad: moreover also my flesh shall rest in hope.
  84. No one foresaw him being identified and immediately driving away at top speed and then killing himself and his common law wife! He knew what was waiting for him and there is no way that under normal circumstances he would have escaped.
  85. Give us the interface we need and we will give the world more than what it needs, fortune, which it never foresaw! Don’t let us die just with imaginations… You will have no idea what imaginations can create once they take their form.
  86. Buonarroti foresaw the establishment of that sublime worship, which, by blending the laws of the country with the precepts of the divinity, doubled, as it were, the force of the legislator, and armed him with the means of extinguishing.
  87. Upon other occasions, the order has been reversed ; and a rich field of rice or other grain has been ploughed up, in order to make room for a plantation of poppies, when the chief foresaw that extraordinary profit was likely to be made by opium.
  88. Was it because he foresaw it that he abandoned his charge of it? But if so, why should he hesitate to warn Mortimer in his own name? I puzzled and puzzled until at last I fell into a troubled sleep, which carried me beyond my usual hour of rising.
  89. It was a sudden, extreme effort of his intellectual faculties, which was bound in his overstrained condition, of course—Sofya Matveyevna foresaw it with distress all the time he was talking—to result immediately afterwards in extreme exhaustion.
  90. The natives who stood around watching these preparations evidently foresaw certain results which my boyish vision failed to reach, for they whispered and laughed to one another, and at intervals, rubbing their hands together with glee, would exclaim, A good joke.
  91. Once denounced, and on such grave grounds as had just now been suggested to his mind, he foresaw that the dreadful woman of whose unrelenting character he had seen many proofs, would produce against him that fatal register, and would quash his last chance of life.
  92. But he knew that any conventional slip, the slightest nostalgic indiscretion, could revive the unpleasant taste of the past in her heart, and although he foresaw her returning a hundred letters to him before she dared open the first, he preferred that it not happen even once.
  93. Virginia, Maryland, and New England were planted; and though they were very thriving colonies, yet there was not perhaps at that time, either in Europe or America, a single person who foresaw, or even suspected, the rapid progress which they have since made in wealth, population, and improvement.
  94. He foresaw a communist world, and his desire for Soviet control of a unified Germany that he could essentially enslave for war reparations conflicted with the French, British and American design for a prosperous Germany that didn’t feel oppressed and frustrated, and was thereby less prone to lash out again.
  95. Again, the Premillennialists tell us that God did not know the Jews were going to reject Christ as their King, and the kingdom was postponed, therefore, Paul could not have been speaking by inspiration when he said, "And the scripture, FORESEEING" for according to Millennialists teaching, not even God foresaw it.
  96. The eldest princess paused in her reading and silently stared at him with frightened eyes; the second assumed precisely the same expression; while the youngest, the one with the mole, who was of a cheerful and lively disposition, bent over her frame to hide a smile probably evoked by the amusing scene she foresaw.
  97. But no one at the time foresaw (what now seems so evident) that this was the only way an army of eight hundred thousand men- the best in the world and led by the best general- could be destroyed in conflict with a raw army of half its numerical strength, and led by inexperienced commanders as the Russian army was.
  98. But no one at the time foresaw (what now seems so evident) that this was the only way an army of eight hundred thousand men—the best in the world and led by the best general—could be destroyed in conflict with a raw army of half its numerical strength, and led by inexperienced commanders as the Russian army was.
  99. In the total exclusion from the colony market, was it to last only for a few years, the greater part of our merchants used to fancy that they foresaw an entire stop to their trade; the greater part of our master manufacturers, the entire ruin of their business; and the greater part of our workmen, an end of their employment.
  100. Whether or not it was apparent to Jesus that the Jews were going to reject his mission, he most certainly foresaw that his messengers were presently coming to Rome to proclaim the kingdom of heaven; and he therefore set about, in the most amazing manner, to prepare the way for the better and more certain reception of their message.

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