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The Weekly Standard foreshadowed a change on the right, away from skepticism about government and toward more nationalistic conservatism.
A strange handwritten entry predicts the comet that speeds toward London, defying natural law and unleashing madness and panic; and Blake struggles with his desire to immortalize his name for discovering the comet and his moral conscious that urges him to warn Londoners of the impending danger, foreshadowed by a skyquake that turned night into day.
I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character,'' King said in the speech, which captured the raw momentum of the time and foreshadowed his own death at the age of 39.
Gregory's life foreshadowed the persecution of the Armenian Church down the ages.
Much of Wallace's campaign foreshadowed this year's Nader candidacy--including the final vote count: about 2.
Maternal obesity before pregnancy also foreshadowed many cases of adult schizophrenia.
This was also seen in ADC Telecommunications' acquisition of Spectracom in a deal valued at up to $105 million and foreshadowed the consolidation reflected in the recent bid by JDS Uniphase for rival E-TEK Dynamics in an all-stock deal worth potentially $15 billion.
The image of the four very different men at Agon's opening was a jarring one that foreshadowed what was to come.
Along with the endearingly raspy singing of its star Gwen Verdon, Sweet Charity foreshadowed the sexually ambivalent sensuality that director-choreographer Bob Fosse took still further in the film Cabaret (1972) and in Chicago (1975) onstage.
The answer -- foreshadowed in the first chapter, where Gaudi, Asplund and Loos are shown reacting against the gradual debasement of the orders from metaphor to fancy-dress -- is withheld to the last.
Lancelot Andrewes, the subject of a sensitive portrait by Peter Lake, was a major court preacher without ever dominating the ecclesiastical policy of this reign, though he foreshadowed the policies of the next.
It was foreshadowed in a prelude to the performance during which a magician poured a pitcher of milk into ever smaller glasses until it disappeared, leaving a pea in his hand.
Although the events of 1956 continue to be studied and debated, the Hungarian Uprising is viewed as the tear in the Iron Curtain that foreshadowed the end of the Soviet bloc.
Irene Sullivan's arrival is foreshadowed seductively, so that when she does appear and chooses the younger brother over the older, this reader was understanding and ready.
One of NBC's greatest game show hits ever was ``Queen for a Day,'' which in some respects foreshadowed the daytime talk format of the '90s.