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Whatever has happened in the matters with which I have been concerned has been inevitable.
First, let all humans inform themselves of the inevitable and eternal cruelty by the means of which only can animals be compelled to perform before revenue-paying audiences.
He must have the hallmark of the inevitable white man stamped upon his soul.
If this frightful discovery becomes known,' he said, 'the closing of the hotel and the ruin of the Company will be the inevitable results.
A ballad singer, in a dress of flaming scarlet, sang in the inevitable voice of brass.
said the flea; "this very patting which you like, whenever it happens to me, brings with it my inevitable destruction.
Black as Feudalism was, yet the coming of it was inevitable.
Now that which is inevitable in the work has a higher charm than individual talent can ever give, inasmuch as the artist's pen or chisel seems to have been held and guided by a gigantic hand to inscribe a line in the history of the human race.
It was doubtless a pity not to keep up with Wedekind or John, but some closing of the gates is inevitable after thirty, if the mind itself is to become a creative power.
She could not guess that that expression arose from the first idea that presented itself to Vronsky--that a duel was now inevitable.
But the Law is still, in certain inevitable cases, the pre-engaged servant of the long purse; and the story is left to be told, for the first time, in this place.
because it clashed with her inevitable circumstances.