It was a self-fulfilling
prophecy - since excellence wasn't expected of them, Latino children did not excel.
But there can be little doubt that Miscikowski will do her best to make her gloomy prophecies self-fulfilling
Political elitism in every form that it has taken throughout the ``history of community'' has always led to the isolation of people within that community to which the leaders serve, ultimately creating an environment of potential corruption so compelling and potentially addictive that the community's downfall becomes a self-fulfilling
Not enough confidence, and failure becomes a self-fulfilling
That's something I call a self-fulfilling
is a self-fulfilling
prophecy, since many people do believe in its utility for that purpose.
The market research firm listed the trends as full disclosure, self-fulfilling
practices, new sensations, preferential treatment and science fare.
It's an amazing job" Actress Thandie Newton "Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected as leader and we have to ensure that the mantra of being unelectable doesn't become a self-fulfilling
prophecy" Labour former home secretary Alan Johnson "There is nowhere more evil than an English village because it breeds mistrust, suspicion and bitterness" Midsomer Murders screenwriter Anthony Horowitz
belief, Aikin claims, is not a counterexample to Clifford's evidentialism.
While I was pondering why this happens I remembered the concept of the self-fulfilling
This collection of ten stories told by the people who experienced them is intended to motivate readers to live more self-directed, self-fulfilling
There has been a fall in numbers because parents don't want to send their children to a school the council wants closing - it's become a self-fulfilling