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In the law of nature, there is a large section called "genetics science", from which developments made in modern sciences were derived, such as biotechnology and genetic engineering, resulting in cloning and new definitions through it; however, all of this never crossed the limits and inevitability of life.
And if that will sound like gobbledegook to them, it demonstrates in fact that, come hell or big zeroes, we are actually more future ready than we think, and that the sound of inevitability is nothing more than sweet music to our ears.
But that doesn't make it any more annoying that Jelavic - again, with a certain sense of inevitability - has been knocking in the goals for Hull.
There is no inevitability here, the Local Government Minister Lesley Griffiths has the power to avoid strike action as firefighters' pensions are totally devolved to the Welsh Government.
It is a very clear message there is an inevitability about paying VIVIENNE DEMPSEY
The inevitability drive always pays off for Boro fans brave enough - cynical enough - to bet against their own heroes.
KEYWORDS: globalization, antiglobalization, teleology, inevitability, resistance, Provincializing Europe, economic crisis, the new thrift, Dipesh Chakrabarty
Leading People Through Disasters provides practical counsel and excellent tips that will help any company or organization, large or small, prepare itself for the inevitability of a crisis.
26) In Jewish-Christian Schism Revisited, Yoder challenged the inevitability of the American Revolution, the American civil war, and the First World War, and said that "at least some Christians in Germany were ready to say that there did not have to be an Auschwitz.
Similarly Samuel Huntington's academic projection of an impending clash between Islam and the West seems to have become frozen into a geopolitic inevitability in the imagination of some "serious" thinkers in Washington who have begun crafting policy almost perversely bent on accelerating, rather than avoiding, that clash.
A crime will occur with relentless inevitability, but her concern is far less the event than the curious conjunction of personality and circumstance that makes it come about in the first place.
It points out, correctly, that 'we no longer believe in the historical inevitability of particular stylistic or cultural developments', as Marxist-inspired commentators once held.