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so critically decisive as to affect the future

governed and decided by or as if by fate

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having momentous consequences

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ominously prophetic

(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences

controlled or decreed by fate

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From then on Fatefully found life tough in Listed and Group events, and had her last outing in October 1997, retiring with a tally of four wins from 13 races.
Fatefully, Sally Anne had made plans for her own funeral on her night out with Sophie.
Henry Cecil's filly put yesterday's winner, Multicoloured, firmly in his place at Windsor and should prove too smart for Fatefully and Abeyr.
FEW people know more than me about what happened when Dodi Fayed and Diana fatefully left the Ritz Hotel to drive to his apartment and then crashed.
In the second half the crowd's anxiety transmitted itself to the home players, who became ever more fearful and decided, fatefully, to try to defend the lead they had.
30: Squeezed through the eye of a needle on Fatefully (7-4) to lead inside the last furlong but then had to endure a nerve-wracking stewards inquiry into possible interference.
He said: "Few people know more than me about what happened when Dodi Fayed and Diana fatefully left the Ritz Hotel to drive to his apartment and then crashed.
A host of punters and bookmakers alike had their lives changed irrevocably on September 28, 1996 when Dettori -aided by Wall Street, Diffident, Mark Of Esteem, Decorated Hero, Fatefully, Lochangel and Fujiyama Crest- became the first jockey ever to ride every winner on a seven-race card ion Britain.
Decorated Hero (7-1), Fatefully (7-4) and Fujiyama Crest (2-1) were available in the morning at mouth-watering odds of 12-1, 11-2, and 12-1.
PERHAPS, fatefully, it was April Fool's Day when it was revealed Henry McLeish had been sub-letting part of his constituency office - and not declaring it.
In 1872 which vessel fatefully left New York for Genoa under the command of Captain Benjamin Briggs?
However, with both sharing a mutual passion for fitness, their paths fatefully crossed once again with the invention of the WristSpotter.
It was a vision perhaps fatefully undermined by the watering down of Financial Fair Play, the move towards a level playing field upon which FSG made so many of their assumptions.
Fatefully, Sandy was introduced to her fellow visionary Wende Zomnir.