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  • verb Present participle of destine.

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Examples

  • Bradford Young who also shot Restless City won the U.S. dramatic award for cinematography for his work on Pariah - Young's genius eye resonates distinctly with each story he helps to tell, destining him to become a leader in the field.

    Roya Rastegar: Sundance 2011 and the Sound of My Generation: Part II

  • Bradford Young who also shot Restless City won the U.S. dramatic award for cinematography for his work on Pariah - Young's genius eye resonates distinctly with each story he helps to tell, destining him to become a leader in the field.

    Roya Rastegar: Sundance 2011 and the Sound of My Generation: Part II

  • Bradford Young who also shot Restless City won the U.S. dramatic award for cinematography for his work on Pariah - Young's genius eye resonates distinctly with each story he helps to tell, destining him to become a leader in the field.

    Roya Rastegar: Sundance 2011 and the Sound of My Generation: Part II

  • Bradford Young who also shot Restless City won the U.S. dramatic award for cinematography for his work on Pariah - Young's genius eye resonates distinctly with each story he helps to tell, destining him to become a leader in the field.

    Roya Rastegar: Sundance 2011 and the Sound of My Generation: Part II

  • I therefore asked Heidegger how the historicity of the historical destining disclosure of Being relates to the factual and historically knowable history of humans.

    enowning

  • He answered that the historical destining disclosure of Being, i.e., the "manifestness" or "unconcealment" of a meaning of "being" at a particular time, always precedes, "as if it were on dove's feet" Nietzsche, the factual history.

    enowning

  • It was said that his father, destining him to be the heir of his own post, had married him at a very early age, eighteen or twenty, in accordance with a custom which is rather widely prevalent in parliamentary families.

    Les Miserables

  • He answered that the historical destining disclosure of Being, i.e., the "manifestness" or "unconcealment" of a meaning of "being" at a particular time, always precedes, "as if it were on dove's feet" Nietzsche, the factual history.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • I therefore asked Heidegger how the historicity of the historical destining disclosure of Being relates to the factual and historically knowable history of humans.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Though ironically, during the time of the Armenian genocide initially, there was a large amount of public awareness in the United States and even support for a mandate to recognize the Republic of Armenia after World War I. Republicans ultimately voted down the mandate, and the discovery of oil in Turkey changed the US tune, thus destining the Armenian Genocide to the memory hole.

    Worthy and Unworthy Victims: The Armenian Genocide

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