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Was there any mention of provisions that Israel has in place to fore-stall civilain deaths? are Israeli solders instructed I happen tobelieve they are on avoiding civilian deaths and if yes, how come they were not successful?
But we may point out what the several dangers are which beset them, and how far the watchful care of the librarian and his assistants may fore-stall or prevent them.
He hath no skill in Rhetoricke, nor can he with a preface fore-stall and captivate the Gentle Readers good will: nor careth he greatly to know it.
"Sure," Bristow replied heartily, as if to fore-stall the other's dislike of the new-comer.
I by no means aim, in these remarks, to disparage the merit of these or of any existing compositions; I only say that any particular portraiture does not in any manner exclude or fore-stall a new attempt, but, when considered by the soul, warps and shrinks away.
1976: This night fore-stall him of the comming day.