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fate

(fāt),
The ultimate outcome.

fate

(fāt)
The ultimate outcome.
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In my opinion the above Soldier and other soldiers who witnessed the carnage on that fateful day should be given the chance to give an honest account of what actually happened without persecution to finally give the families of the people killed on 'Bloody Sunday' the truth and some sort of closure.
On that fateful day in 2001, Texans now in Congress were scattered across Washington, D.C.
Bosnia and Herzegovina and its people lost a great friend who firmly stood with us in the fateful moments of the struggle for survival.
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Ishaan Khatter says it was a "happy fateful coincidence" to get to dance on Prabhudheva's Muqabala song in his debut film Beyond The Clouds .
'I have given my cooperation from A to Z (in police investigations) by giving them an actual photograph of the supposed culprits on that fateful night.
On the fateful day the BSF personnel had gone on a rampage after an unknown person allegedly snatched a riffle from a soldier, reported.
Summary: Lima [Peru], Jan 4 (ANI): The Peruvian government on Wednesday banned buses from the fateful stretch, where a bus collided with a truck and plunged off a cliff, killing 51 people.
NNA - We are at a fateful juncture and ought not to fall into a pothole of miscalculation, Labour minister Sajaan Qazzi stated during at a Kataeb party-sponsored luncheon event at Qobayyat restaurant today.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Salem al-Jubouri, head of the House of Representatives, stressed that Iraq needs the support of the friendly countries, since it engages in a fateful war defending the security of the region and the world.
Much like Dear John or The Notebook, it's a by-rote story where a beautiful young couple fall in love and face some generic relationship problems before a fateful twist that's ergonomically designed to make you weep into your popcorn.
HORSING ABOUT: Robertson & Eastwood As Sophia visits the victim (Alan Alda) in hospital she learns how, in the 1940s, he and his beautiful wife fell in love and faced some generic relationship problems before a fateful twist.