coming events

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It was about this time that the warnings of coming events began to fall about us thick and fast.
The march of civilisation with us, has a strong analogy to that of all coming events, which are known "to cast their shadows before.
I had my London residence to take in anticipation of coming events.
As a ship aground is battered by the waves, so man, imprisoned in mortal life, lies open to the mercy of coming events.
Janvier, who were still young, loved to make forecasts of coming events, for they felt that the future was theirs; while the other guests were fain rather to turn their talk upon the past.
But the quick inference, the subtle trap, the clever forecast of coming events, the triumphant vindication of bold theories--are these not the pride and the justification of our life's work?
Bishopriggs: I pledge my word that no questions shall be asked, and I offer you ten pounds for it"--in all probability the bargain would have been struck; and the whole course of coming events would, in that case, have been altered.
Presently official announcement of the coming event was put forth.
To my great relief he proved to be quite as excited about the coming event as I was.
On this merry Christmas evening, however, no fears or dim foreshadowings of any coming event clouded our hearts or faces.
Through what coming event in the daily lives of the father, the mother, and the daughters, was the law of revelation destined to break the fatal way to discovery?
In the interval while a coming event remains in a state of uncertainty, what is it the inevitable tendency of every Englishman under thirty to do?