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1 Bad luck may befall to anyone at any time.
2 We prayed that no harm should befall them.
3 Nothing had presaged the dreadful fate about to befall him.
4 Should any harm befall me on my journey, you may open this letter.
5 Alternatively, an illness may befall the injured party.
6 A similar crisis could befall the nation's banks.
7 Thieves,(www.Sentencedict.com) war and other disasters may befall you.
8 The changes that befall us along the way are just the various experiences that we encounter on our journey.
9 Similar circumstances befall mentally ill people in many other parts of the world.
10 The worst evil which can befall the artist is that his work should appear good in his own eyes. Leonardo da Vinci
11 May a hundred evils befall him who has spoken against us!
12 The mishaps that befall Van Orton seem more random and jarring, though, than cohesively engineered to facilitate his spiritual development.
13 When these befall you, never give up.
14 But a terrible disaster was to befall Beethoven.
15 He fears bad luck may befall.
16 Do not let the same thing befall you.
17 He promised that no harm would befall her.
18 Heaven only knew what disasters would befall him then.
19 Who can predict the misery that may befall humankind?
20 I fear some evil will befall.
21 One should give up anger; one should abandon pride; one should overcome all fetters. I'll never befall him who clings not to mind and body and is passionless.
22 This is one of the worst natural disasters ever to befall the area.
23 They were unaware of the fate that was to befall them.
24 Audiences continued to respond to the warnings of the disaster which would befall were this rule not respected.
25 I shared the joke[sentencedict.com], wondering just what fate might befall me later in the morning.
26 He clings to power largely because his Sunni-dominated army is afraid of the revenge that would befall it if he fell.
27 This time I knew what fate was about to befall me.
28 It is a popular belief that the worst horrors befall whoever invites the curse of a hijra.
29 In fact, blues was only suffering the same fate that, surprisingly, would soon befall soul.
30 For his own good she frequently reminded him of the horrors and deprivations that would befall him there.
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