from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to or characterized by prophecy; prophetic.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to prophecy; prophetic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having power to foretell future events; prophetic.
On that fatidic 9/11 and virtually every day: 31,185 children died due to hunger and desease.
Just as the Jeremiahs incorrectly predicted blogging would be the death knell of professional journalists everywhere--heaven forbid--the same fatidic crew probably think the advent of the blogging phone means photojournalism is now also a moribund profession.
It will be a place where we can wait for the fatidic denouement that will come sooner or later in Venezuela, waiting because there is little we can do now as Chavez holds everything.
When Netscape made the fatidic decision of opening the source code of its flagship product and later of rewriting it from the scrath it became clear that an era had ended.
This takes us to the fatidic date of December 15, 1999.
This fatidic day, September 13th, 1759, had its sequel, eight months later, on St. Foye's slopy grounds.
I talked with a 16-years-old girl which was about to turn 17 and she was hoping to receive the Mustang of her dream for the fatidic day.
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