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"Rice and fish will soon honorably eventuate," Um assured him as she went back, smiling, into the kitchen.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
If, however, the event depended on one single engagement, it would eventuate with glory to the American arms.
Under that law large profits may eventuate through the bidding up of prices by anxious buyers.
There are only a certain number of situations that can eventuate and they are quite capable of tabulation.
LEFT HALF HARMONRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
But before all these romantically streamlined things eventuate there must be a hiatus.
This would eventuate in arrested development, such as Japan showed at the time of Perry's visit.
This seeming antagonism is but the working of a law that shall eventuate in the production of the completest harmony.
The little unforeseen something that was always popping into the plans of crooks might eventuate.
BULLDOG CARNEYW. A. FRASER
Haughton tried to explain why the "bolting" so trenchantly referred to did not eventuate.
The commander will desire to draw up a Battle Plan as a provision for the situation which he believes most likely to eventuate.
SOUND MILITARY DECISIONU.S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE

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