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  • v. Present participle of harbinger.


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  • The move to project the harbingering autumnal wind into winter so as to sweep through toward a vision of spring is, in extrapolation from Agamben's terms once more, a case of poetic language saying what it doesn't say in soundless echo of its own present eventuality.

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  • The newspapers, chronicling Thorold's appointment briefly, were heavy with harbingering of the funeral procession of the boy who had fallen

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  • Therefore, both presidents are capable of harbingering new atmospheres both in bilateral and in regional affairs. "


  • Apartment rents in Manhattan's two biggest neighborhoods by area, the Upper East and West Sides, either dropped or stayed relatively flat from September 2007 to September 2008, harbingering a further cooling off in the rental market (just like the ice cubes tossed this summer on the for-sale market), according to the latest report from The Real Estate Group New York (

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