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fate

(Destiny), noun certainty, destination, destined lot, fate-to-be-predetermined events, fortune, future, future course of events, future state, inevitability, inevitableness, lot, luck, outcome, power to predetermine events, predetermination, sureness, ultimate future, what is destined to happen, what is doomed to occur, what is fated to occur, what is written, what looms
Associated concepts: fortuitous event, insurance, the defennant's fate is with the jury
Foreign phrases: Fatum.Fate.

fate

(Termination), noun apocalypse, bad luck, bane, bitter end, catastrophe, collapse, conclusion, curtain, death, death knell, death warrant, deathblow, debacle, destruction, disaster, doom, downfall, end, end of the world, final blow, final event, final curtain, final result, finis, finish, ill luck, last act, misfortune, payoff, ruin, ruination, terminus, tough luck, undoing, windup
See also: accident, end, happenstance, outlook, predetermination, predetermine, prospect, quirk, termination
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This suggests that we could manipulate the marks to influence fate or look at marks to better guess the fate of cells early in the differentiation process.
FATE said the Supreme Court has the authority to punish its members based on several rulings issued by the High Court in the past.
Para po sa kabatiran ng lahat, matagal nang nagsisiwalat at lumalaban ang FATE sa mga katiwalian sa pamahalaan (For the benefit of all, FATE has been here for the longest time exposing and fighting what is wrong in government),' it said.
One of the problems with Fate (but also one reason why Janacek clutched on to it so tenaciously) was its autobiographical nature.
Warning: Spoilers of "The Fate of the Furious" ahead.
Using the new method, the team the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine program at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB), part of NIH, was able to determine a cell's fate days before other techniques.
The report provides brief overview of Fate Therapeutics, Inc.
Under the terms of the agreement, Fate will initially become a distributor of Cooper branded passenger, light truck and sport utility vehicle (SUV) radial tyres in Argentina, complementing Fate's existing product portfolio.
Commenting on some claims that the border guard has sought asylum in the US, Amiri said that Pakistan should be more sensitive about the fate of Danaeifar.
Al-Watan newspaper, quoting a deputy justice minister, said the effort was part of a government policy to uncover the fate of the many people who have gone missing during the country's crisis, which erupted in March 2011.
Head of the coalition, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Munshed Assi al-Obeidi said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that they called for knowing the fate of dozens of Arab detainees from the people of Kirkuk , who had been kidnaped or arrested by U.
Kay, Tang, and Shepherd hypothesized that people may invoke fate as a way of assuaging their own stress and fears - a way of saying "It's out of my hands now, there's nothing I can do.