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It is these foreshadowings of future beauties, that make these early works so interesting.
FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
Types are foreshadowings, and wherever there is a shadow there must be substance.
PLEASURE & PROFIT IN BIBLE STUDYDWIGHT MOODY
With Kysh Students and Jiu-jutsu contain some surprising foreshadowings of the then unsuspected future.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF LAFCADIO HEARN, VOLUME 1ELIZABETH BISLAND
This, and indeed other fugues of Kuhnau show strong foreshadowings of Handel and Bach; of this matter, however, more anon.
Our readers will, perhaps, be tired of our noticing foreshadowings of Beethoven, yet we must add others here.
The maestoso which ushers in the Allegro of the last sonata contains foreshadowings which are better felt than explained.
It is true that in the Prologue the poet places one or two finger-posts--small, conventional foreshadowings of coming trouble.
There are thoughts and feelings and glimpses and foreshadowings of thoughts which level all inequalities of station.
In this early paper of James are to be found foreshadowings of pragmatism both as a method and as a theory of truth.
THE PRAGMATIC THEORY OF TRUTH AS DEVELOPED BY PEIRCE, JAMES, AND DEWEYDELTON LORING GEYER
The Summer of 1861, now well advanced, was rife with war and rumors of war, and foreshadowings of coming events.
THE EXPEDITION OF THE DONNER PARTY AND ITS TRAGIC FATEELIZA POOR DONNER HOUGHTON