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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eventuate.


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  • It became evident that how they were raised, and by extension how they raise their children eventuates into how emotionally healthy, or not, people become as adults.

    Judith Simon Prager, PhD: Where Are The Positive Parenting Role Models?

  • A statement that an artist does not care how his work eventuates would not be literally true.

    John Dewey's *Art as Experience*

  • The company said that even if no firm bid eventuates after the consortium examines its books, "the board believes that Healthscope has a very attractive independent future and that the company is well positioned to continue to deliver strong growth".

    Aspen Is Behind Sigma Bid

  • Medieval literature is thus positioned at the "origin" of scientific inquiry and portrayed as constitutive of empirical reality, and insufficient respect for it (the father's "sad trash") is alleged as the cause of the entire misery that eventuates.

    Attached to Reading: Mary Shelley's Psychical Reality

  • If the transaction eventuates, the merged entity would have a market capitalization of more than six billion ringgit, making it the second-largest property group in the country.

    Malaysian Property Firms to Team Up

  • According to her analysis, totalitarian domination eventuates in an absolute evil that can no longer be deduced from humanly comprehensible motives.

    Robert D. Stolorow: "Radical Evil"

  • I think this quote of New Testament scholar Robert Price is still quite apropo: Sometimes the death of the founder of a religious community eventuates in a succession dispute: who has the right to succeed him as pontiff of the faithful?

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Even if nothing eventuates from this it will make a good book, if not newspaper, magazine or website. posted by redbarren at 7: 43 PM

    The Inside Out Newsroom @ ninemsn et al

  • First of all, what good is "transcendency" unless it eventuates in the Faith; and secondly, anyone in full possession of his faculties can see that the young are no more attracted to "transcendency" than their parents and their parents' generation.

    Modern world: a desert of God

  • Moreover, since we also think the outcome in which the child exists as a nonslave is actually better for the child than the outcome in which the child exists as a slave, this is not a case where the risk created for the child by the wrong act never eventuates.

    The Nonidentity Problem


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