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Hitler's slightly enigmatic inscription on the photograph translates as 'Mr Lloyd George, in kind remembrance of his contribution to my Germany with circumspect presentiment, Adolf Hitler'.
The fight against time--the warding-off of death even during the etiolation of life in the present--this spirit of presentiment haunts the making of Dance.
At Drome Park, 1st Bangor started as they meant to go on with a 7-0 rout of Dunmurry Young Men, a presentiment for the Napier Park club who struggled to lift themselves out of the relegation zone all season long.
But as Sweetman shows, while he arrived in South India with a strong presentiment that he would encounter barbarism, he was pleasantly surprised to find very quickly that the Tamils were intelligent and rational people, a view strongly reinforced as he learned to read their writings.
Schnittke's music was arguably rather a departure from socialist realism instead of a presentiment of postmodernism" (p.
MH: The title of the book is at once a metaphor and a presentiment because the early 1970s marked the beginning of the tragedy of the forest and the peoples of the forest.
The poet's solitude is only apparent, for it is presentiment, presentiment of solitude, and already affirmation of something that is beyond itself, of a 'later' that is enough to break the boundary of isolation and open up communication.
The pointed gun becomes a presentiment of life rather than a portent of death.
It did not matter to me what I looked at; from any observation I would conclude that a secret of life had been nearly revealed to me--for I was obsessed with notions about concealment, and from the smallest gesture of a stranger I would wrest what was to me a communication or a presentiment.
Yet these days one opens the newspaper with a fair amount of presentiment and dread
The thirty-year old young man felt he had insights into nature that compelled him to reach out to an audience because "we have all a presentiment of relations to external nature, which outruns the limits of actual science" (Emerson, Early Lectures 1:71).