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Julie and Alan then fatefully headed for his home in Cruden Bay, near Peterhead.
As the medical officer of a coastal Norwegian village, Stockmann fatefully discovers that the town's new cash-cow spa baths are being poisoned by industrial slime.
The 16-year-old had been on a night out with friends and turned down the chance of a lift, fatefully choosing to walk instead.
Fatefully excelled over a mile, winning two Ascot Listed races as a three-year-old.
He was ruled out on June 16 and 20 after finishing third on Fatefully in the Vodacall Victress Stakes.
Simon Campbell-Jones, a British documentarian who along with wife Suzanne Campbell-Jones produced "The Day the Earth Shook" for PBS, explained in a telephone interview from his London office that while both the Northridge and Kobe quakes released similar amounts of energy, they broke in fatefully different directions.
NORMAL service resumed as bin Suroor and Godolphin registered a fourth success on the card as Fatefully beat Abeyr by a neck for the Listed Rosemare Handicap.
THERE are seven magnificent reasons why Frankie Dettori should be crowned racing's all-time great and they were called Wall Street, Diffident, Mark Of Esteem, Decorated Hero, Fatefully, Lochangel and Fujiyama Crest.
That left New Zealand 125 for one after 66 overs and meant that, fatefully, it was Adam Parore and not Pocock who was to face Croft.
The script is by Mean Girls writer Tina Fey and Cohen plays Curly Oxide, a Hasidic Jew who fatefully meets rock star Vic Thrill in a Brooklyn bar.
It will be exactly six years ago to the day that the jockey rode into racing folklore with wins on Wall Street, Diffident, Mark Of Esteem, Decorated Hero, Fatefully, Lochangel and Fujiyama Crest at odds of 25,095-1.
The brilliant Italian set himself up for another go at the layers when he booted home 6-1 shot Fatefully - one of his history-making super seven - at Ascot yesterday.