One would have thought he must have understood that society was closed for him and Anna; but now some vague ideas had sprung up in his brain that this was only the case in old-fashioned days, and that now with the rapidity of modern progress (he had unconsciously become by now a partisan of every sort of progress) the views of society had changed, and that the question whether they would be received in society was not a foregone conclusion
And the mood at the count at Birchwood Tennis Centre last night certainly seemed to suggest the outcome was a foregone conclusion
Senate (this was last September), seemingly a foregone conclusion
that the Senator unexpectedly forewent.
Prior to the Rose Bowl, it appeared a foregone conclusion
that Reggie Bush would be the first player picked.
Due to the 6-4 conservative majority on the Board, it is a foregone conclusion
that the science curriculum in the state of Kansas will be altered to diminish evolution and introduce intelligent design.
Senior transport figures told the Daily Post last night that the result was far from a foregone conclusion
, with Merseyside having to compete with dozens of other major road projects around the UK.
However Jeffrey insisted: "People are suggesting that it will be a foregone conclusion
because it's Bangor but it's never a foregone conclusion
in the Cup.
As soon as he announced, it was a foregone conclusion
One explanation for the weakness in the financials may be that the market was pricing in another rate cut by the Fed at the June meeting, and it turns out this may not be a foregone conclusion
Though many women in the '60s still hoped to meet a mate at college and most still married young, by the latter part of that decade it would no longer be a foregone conclusion
that women went to college just to get their ``MRS.
To airline safety experts," Gonzales writes, "it seems a foregone conclusion
You know, it was a foregone conclusion
that the ship was going to get to New York, too,'' Hanson said, smiling.