The biographical course of Vasile Cesereanu has turned into a nightmare with the interdiction of Greek Catholic cult by the communist regime in the fatidic
year of 1948.
capacity was implied, accurate future prediction regarded as the culmination of the cosmic poet powers.
CS expressed grave concern over the killing a minor innocent girl affected by the kite-string in Karachi and asked the Divisional Commissioners to submit recommendation for law making to curb this fatidic
Looking back, this seemingly innocuous game can be seen as a sinister foreshadow of the fatidic
day, because when Lucy disappeared at noon, "Off to the side, in the woods, a raven was croaking, a hoarse single note" (123).
Kenny and Pearce remind their readers that understanding Brexit does not require to understand only UK politics since David Cameron pronounced in 2013 his fatidic
What happened next was telling as a fatidic
August 2004 meeting between Hariri and Al Assad sealed the premier's fate and, perhaps, the country's too.
The platonic apprehension to the fatidic
power of the poets' statements seems to endure and, ergo, the much-wanted clarification provided by the poet himself has stood unverified for too long a time.
accents that restrained Socrates or egged on Joaneta Dare have degenerated with me to the level of something one happens to hear between lifting and clapping down the receiver of a busy party-line telephone.
letter is part of the Jewish Museum Berlin's online exhibit, which throughout 2013 is placing a fascinating selection of "On-this-day-in- 1933" documents, photos, and explanatory texts related to the Nazis' drastic first steps in the Holocaust as part of their efforts toward Gleichschaltung, which was the forced alignment of all official aspects of the state with the Nazi Party.