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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of presage.

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Examples

  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wake-ups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wake-ups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wake-ups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wake-ups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wake-ups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wakeups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wake-ups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wakeups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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  • Other commentators wondered whether Mr. Harper's use of the "G" word presaged Conservative assaults on gays, abortion and women's rights.

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  • Those calls presaged what surely will be many more middle-of-the-night wake-ups for Obama as he battles a scourge of stateless brigands and terrorists operating with near impunity across an increasingly interconnected globe.

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