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They’re young women on the cusp of launching their own stories beyond what’s been predestined.
‘IN THE HEIGHTS’ IS MORE THAN A MOVIE TO ITS CAST. IT’S A CELEBRATION OF LATINAS THROUGHOUT HISTORY.CANDICE FREDERICKJUNE 4, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I wouldn’t say it was predestined, but I certainly think my early years definitely helped me understand that finance was accessible and something I could get into and be good at.
ADENA FRIEDMAN SPILLS THE STOCK EXCHANGE’S SECRETSJOSHUA EFERIGHEAPRIL 24, 2021OZY
He lived, as it were, under the shadow of some fatal curse which seemed to predestine all his actions to failure.
COURT BEAUTIES OF OLD WHITEHALLW. R. H. TROWBRIDGE
Their tropisms predestine or force them into the life they lead.
THE ORGANISM AS A WHOLEJACQUES LOEB
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PREDESTINE

  • affects
  • binds
  • circumscribes
  • commands
  • conditions
  • controls
  • decides
  • delimits
  • devises
  • directs
  • impels
  • imposes
  • inclines
  • induces
  • influences
  • invents
  • leads
  • limits
  • manages
  • marks off
  • measures
  • modifies
  • plots
  • rules
  • shapes
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