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There’s a school of thought, for instance, which argues that restoration by its very nature alters the way nature has ordained a structure to evolve, endure wear and tear, and eventually collapse.
The word foreordain means to ordain beforehand: and the word elect means to choose.
So doth it me, said Balan, but ye must take the adventure that God will ordain you.
They cannot ordain that inadequately paid schoolmasters can be other than inferior educators.
You must not appoint any man at your head; if you do, the Twelve must ordain him.
WILFORD WOODRUFFMATTHIAS F. COWLEY
They say they ordain and establish it; we do not speak of ordaining leagues and compacts.
This is a Hebrew expression, meaning to sanctify, ordain, prepare.
God has been pleased to ordain them to wrath, that his justice may be satisfied and glorified.
PRISONERS OF CONSCIENCEAMELIA EDITH HUDDLESTON BARR
His evil hour was come; he was ordain'd145 With horse and chariot and triumphant shout To enter wind-swept Ilium never more.
Bacchus, ever fair and ever young, Drinking joys did first ordain.
BLOOD ROYALGRANT ALLEN

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