inexorable fate

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Ursula's gift of many lives ignores the constraints of time, seemingly pushing her toward some inexorable fate.
These were reminders, literally memento mori, of one's inexorable fate, for which nature morte offered the perfect pictorial form.
The obstacles are timidity, lack of imagination and small-minded nationalism, not inexorable fate.
Although those possessed by that force can become the greatest of heroes, they cannot save their beloved comrades from inexorable fate.
And, almost despite himself, he spares Sharon the romantic disillusionment that is the inexorable fate of every other woman in his life.
As inexorable fate threatened them, morning psalms and evening vespers recollected the sisters, but their faith couldn't rescue them or the others who drowned.
Cognitive decline, whether Alzheimer's-related or not, was the aging individual's inexorable fate.
Only Snoop Dogg's people have sensed that I don't belong in this place and inform me of the grave, inexorable fate my posterior awaits if I venture an inch beyond where I am standing right now.
the spotted owl, and facing the inexorable fate of the dodo, the