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  • s  expected to follow in the indefinite future from causes already operating
    hope of eventual (or ultimate) rescue
    if this trend continues it is not reasonable to expect the eventual collapse of the stock market

  • Gagarin's eventual success in beating off 19 others to man the first flight owed as much to his physical characteristics as to his performance.
  • There is no actual danger in bra-lessness, concludes Wulsin, but unfortunately, the only possible worthwhile insurance against eventual droop, especially in the large-breasted .
  • eventual successor in 1969, but democrats had no great expectations of him.
News & Articles


  • Mike Fratello in SI.com
    I am sorry I have not been able to find a way up to this point to turn things around, and I understand why a change needs to be made,Fratello said. "Things will get better with both an abundance of home games coming up and the eventual...
  • Glenn Stevens in Wall Street Journal
    The considerable economic policy stimulus in train in most countries should help contain the downturn and support an eventual recovery,Stevens said.
  • Mohamed ElBaradei in International Herald Tribune
    ElBaradei said he and North Korean authorities would meet on how to "implement the freeze of (nuclear) facilities" and the "eventual dismantlement of these facilities."

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