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1. This visit may prefigure an improvement in relations between the two countries.
2. Few writers care to prefigure the future.
3. These early paintings clearly prefigure his later work.
4. His paintings prefigure the development of perspective in Renaissance art.
5. They prefigure the society and the civilization to come.
6. These early paintings clearly prefigure his Later work .
7. To show in advance; prefigure.
8. The metal's price movements are widely believed to prefigure shifts in the world economy.
9. Positive breach of contract and culpa in contrahendo prefigure systematic breaches and defects in the traditional approach.
10. At last, we summarize the whole paper, and prefigure our future works logically.
11. The FSA rules may prefigure a world where large pools of liquidity and capital remain trapped within borders as insurance against the worst.
12. Using the equations in this paper engineers can prefigure out the breakage behavior of the silicon carbide micro-sub micro powder in attrition mil...
13. Each of these figures, in many ways, prefigure the relatively superior natures of those who come later in the dialogue.
14. Many of his stories prefigure the genres of science fiction, horror, and fantasy so popular today.
15. His opera prefigure coming of romanticism in artistic song writing. Mozart let classicism and romanticism have a perfect integrating and endow with artistic song strong infection and life.
16. A quatrain by my father and a macabre series that might prefigure the death of one of the members of the Royal Family... Quite package!
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17. It seems that the position of highly concentrated Calmodulin in the extreme apex also prefigure the orientation of the hyphal .
18. There are also letters on the spine of each book; these letters do not indicate or prefigure what the pages will say.
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