Brooke I make a further remark perhaps less warranted by precedent--namely, that if he had foreknown
his speech, it might not have made any great difference.
While some claimed that the end had already been foreknown
from the beginning and that the convention would be a mere rubber-stamp of the anointed candidates, many others claimed that they stepped down to promote order and democracy in the party.
What we see strikes at the heart of what is known, to assign Magritte s delightful sense of treason, "transpiring as foreknown
," to the mystery of Crane's poem.
This involves a pursuit, despite the fact that the goal can never be fully foreknown
or finally attained.
Life is the representation of the providentially foreknown
He insists on the "ache / Deferred, foreknown
, imagined and most real" in Socrates's death, and sees in poetry the one fully honest response to mortality.
The artist caught us at the turning;/we smiled in our canvas home/before we chose our foreknown
Yet, it saw an important difference: "the application of IVF-ET [In Vitro Fertilization-Embryo Transfer] implies a conscious, voluntary manipulation of the male and female reproductive cells for the purpose of obtaining a new human life, giving rise to a situation in which it is foreknown
that, in considerable percentage of cases, the human life will not be able to continue.
The essential secret of the mystifying spectacle is hiding in plain sight, foreknown
and already promised--sonically and typographically--by the newspaper that publishes the airmeet's program: "Special Mardi Gras Evening Event.
Access control meets a great challenge in the dynamic, decentralized environments where users are not only foreknown
inner users, but also unknown "strangers".
For this reason, God rewrote the originally "good" script of history, both backward and forward relative to the foreknown
chronological moment of human sin.
It is foreknown
that levosimendan enhances the sensitivity of myofilaments to calcium by stabilizing the conformational change of troponin C, thus increasing contractile force (1,2).