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Perhaps it was a bit of foreshadowing since, after Slovakia broke from the Czech Republic, all kinds of hell broke loose.
ONE BIG HAPPY, GLOBAL, MURDEROUS CRIME MOBSEAN CULLIGANMARCH 26, 2021OZY
Almost as an act of foreshadowing, Philly tied eventual champion Toronto in that category.
CAN THE SIXERS FIND A WAY TO WIN IT ALL WITH EMBIID AND SIMMONS?JAMES L. JACKSONSEPTEMBER 28, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
In that book his grandfather and father are represented as foreshadowing the greatness of their descendant.
THE HISTORY OF YIDDISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYLEO WIENER
No less striking is His touching reference to the dark days coming, the first distinct foreshadowing of the Cross.
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEWJOHN MONRO GIBSON
Men have sometimes a foreshadowing of what will come to pass without distinctly seeing it.
HEROES OF THE TELEGRAPHJ. MUNRO
But there is a wondrously clear foreshadowing of that tremendous cross scene in the earliest page of this old Book.
QUIET TALKS WITH WORLD WINNERSS. D. GORDON
There certainly was at present no foreshadowing of the coming separation, in his daughter's face.
CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL OF POPULAR LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ARTVARIOUS
A vague foreshadowing of the coming revelation seemed to light on the Pope, and he sat down again without a word.
THE ETERNAL CITYHALL CAINE
She was bound then to follow her sister, I felt sure of it; and I was aghast, foreshadowing the new dangers opening before her.
THE PASSENGER FROM CALAISARTHUR GRIFFITHS
The afternoon, so far, had savored only of domestic monotony, with no foreshadowing of events to come.
THE WAYFARERSMARY STEWART CUTTING

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