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inevitability

i ne vi tuh bi li tee

  • n  the quality of being unavoidable

  • A dent was knocked into the aura of inevitability surrounding Howard Dean's run to be the next Democratic Party chair Sunday afternoon when the executive committee of state party .
  • But I think that Merkel, 52, will push reform to the point of inevitability, softening her determination by unobtrusiveness and an aura of competence.
  • The inevitability argument goes like this: Most Americans want action on climate change, and many important figures from the business, religious and national security .
News & Articles

  • Rupert Murdoch’s Declaration of Independence
    Depending on whom you talked to at News Corp. today, Rupert Murdoch's decision to file for divorce from Wendi, his wife of fourteen years, was both a shock and an inevitability.
    June 13, 2013 - New York Magazine
  • Two things make Patriots the perfect landing spot for Tebow; mail
    I always figured, once the inevitability of the demise of Tim Tebow with the Jets played out, there were three teams that made sense for him: New England, New Orleans and Green Bay. And New England, which announced his signing today, was the most sensible, by far.
    June 11, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
  • Peter King: Two things make Patriots the perfect landing spot for Tebow; mail
    I always figured, once the inevitability of the demise of Tim Tebow with the Jets played out, there were three teams that made sense for him: New England, New Orleans and Green Bay. And New England, which announced his signing today, was the most sensible, by far.
    June 11, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
Quotes

  • Rajendra Pachauri in Economic Times
    Speaking at the opening session of the Copenhagen summit, Mr Pachauri said: "Given the wide ranging nature of (climate) change that is likely to be taken in hand, some naturally find it inconvenient to accept its inevitability. The recent incidents...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Reuters
    Clinton, on her first visit to the region as secretary of state, said Washington believed "the inevitability of working toward a two-state solution is inescapable."
  • David Stern in New York Times
    I accept that inevitability at this point,Stern said. "There is no miracle here."

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