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“Â• Foreshadow of the coming Ordeal [Dallas in the computer room].”
“Foreshadow or hint at future possibilities and events. ensure that when any of these events take place, that they are vivid in the readers mind. breathe life into characters produce a spark in the relationships between characters”
“This was actually my first attempt at actually focusing on Foreshadow on purpose rather than by coincidence.”
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“Foreshadow his speech to the International Labor Organization next week, stating that no economy "is so in need of competitive advantage that it cannot guarantee the right to organize, the right to a minimum wage, and an end to forced labor.”
“Foreshadow of my bloody death, I greet thee with a more sincere and faithful heart than I was wont to salute the allurements of pleasure, deception, enchantment, love, in the past days of my youth!”
“At one point in the game you can pickpocket "Arl Foreshadow" in which he drops a codex note that tells of "Raising an Old God Child: Terrible Twos Indeed!”
“- Share expectations - Model - Foreshadow problems Practice together.”
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