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Signed by Steve Clarke last August - after making just two Premier League starts for Man City the season before - the protracted nature of Sinclair's recruitment was not a positive augury for the former Swansea man.
Expressing confidence that the MoU would facilitate sharing of best practices, skills and experiences between the two institutions for mutual benefit, he stated that the partnership between two important democracies - India and Mauritius - is a very good augury not only for the region, but also for the whole world.
In those respects yes but in one, potentially premonitory way, it was also an historic one as five of the six matches were played on Friday night and one wonders if it was mere coincidence or an augury of things to come.
The rumble of thunder across September skies offers an augury of contrasts for the now and the future.
The deal was thought by industry experts to be an augury, with many other companies looking to make similar deals albeit not of the same magnitude.
It is always possible that in the short run force will prevail, but certainly the scope of discontent is not a good augury for the future of the existing regime.
Clients can technically claim compensation if an augury turns out to be wrong.
The decision to continue the talks is a "good augury," he said.
Ehrlich is also working on Abuja Technology Village, masterplanned by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, which may prove a good augury for the creation of this new urban landmark.
The augury of stone lifting as statuary in the old field beside the