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The sixth and final episode pulled in 11 million viewers, proving exactly how popular a well-made TV drama can be, presaging the runaway success of the re-born Doctor Who.
The Cuban missile crisis crowds the television news, presaging world destruction.
I hope that's true and not a horrible presaging of a new class of saints named after the Latin translations for Duct Tape,' This End Up,' 'Overnight,' [or] 'Special Delivery.
On a July evening in 1900, the first Zeppelin drifted skywards from a floating hangar at Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance, presaging the era of airship supremacy which lasted until the Hindenburg disaster of 1937.
Presaging the ascension of Frankie and Annette by one year, this 1962-set farce throws Beach Party, The Three Faces of Eve, and slasher films into a blender and lets the results splatter with come-what-may loopiness.
Faigaux's conniving Iago danced a superbly manipulative duo with Othello, behind or even on top of him, presaging the dire outcome.