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Mere hours after news of the fateful meeting between Porziņģis and the front office broke, the Knicks and Mavericks reached a deal to send him to Dallas.
Knowing when that fateful transition took place “would let us understand better what led to certain changes in the evolution of life, how we got to the present system, … how our planet operates today,” said Lithgow-Bertelloni.
A poem written a century after the empire’s collapse recounted his fateful error, saying it led to clouds that refused to rain and farms that produced no grain.
Though he didn’t know it at the time, their fateful meeting transforms Tiller’s life in ways he never imagined.
He inched over slowly, one arm and one leg at a time, anticipating the fateful whumpf of a collapse that would drop him to drown.
As the music wailed its dying cadences into this fateful silence, Tom met her eyes across the room.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Winifred, naturally a high-spirited and lively girl, soon recovered from the fright of that fateful Sunday evening.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
But the immediate interest centres in the fateful attempt to relieve the castle of Stirling.
She had declared that she arrived at Hill Street about seven o'clock on that fateful second of September.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
On this fateful date, the feature had been completed and the afterpiece was being enacted.

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