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With the Wizards sticking to their predetermined plan to not play Westbrook on consecutive nights, that means the point guard will sit for nearly a third of those contests.
Success and failure only look predetermined in hindsight—and even then, as this study illustrates, hindsight remains pretty murky.
If a swirling storm reaches wind speeds of 63 kilometers per hour, it gets a name from a list of 21 predetermined names.
He’ll offer to make a new beverage an Allied Brand only if the owner agrees to give KDP the right to purchase it based on a predetermined formula.
As a body the congress did not meet with any predetermined revolutionary purpose.
When a window or door is disturbed or moved more than a predetermined amount, the bell circuit is closed and the alarm sounded.
Pat's seeming free will was harnessed to serve the predetermined purposes of an ego less powerful but more unscrupulous.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
He would not die till the second part of "Faust" was brought to its predetermined close.
It was to all appearance the doing of a man who had intended it and brought it to the predetermined conclusion.
Maybe the theologians are right, and in the universal consciousness of God the whole future exists predetermined.

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propinquitynoun | [proh-ping-kwi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION
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