One Monday morning about a month ago, she had a kind of faint spell; it wasn't bad, but the doctor is afraid it was a shock, and if so, it's the beginning of the end
This must be the beginning of the end
," he said, inter- rupting me.
In another instant Mbonga's knife would sever one of the victim's ears--that would mark the beginning of the end
, for very shortly after only a writhing mass of mutilated flesh would remain.
It was the last days, they claimed, the beginning of the end
of the world.
It was the beginning of the end
for White Fang--the ending of the old life and the reign of hate.
The good--they have always been the beginning of the end
Washington, Ramadan 15, 1438, Jun 10, 2017, SPA -- President Donald Trump of the United States of America thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and countries participated, in the Arab-American Islamic Summit, expressing hope that this historic summit will be the beginning of the end
of the financing of terrorism and the beginning of the end
BAGHDAD / NINA / MP of the state of law coalition, Muwaffaq al-Rubaie considered the winning of Donald Trump in the presidential elections of the United States of America as the beginning of the end
of the hard-line Islamic ideology and Wahhabism in the world, produced by Saudi Arabia.
The battle ended in a bloody stalemate but it marked the beginning of the end
of Norse power in Scotland.
Though it is perhaps the beginning of the end
of the giant wind turbines.
Supreme Court case that brought about the beginning of the end
of restrictive real estate covenants, used as a legal tool of segregation in the North.
FOOTBALL: Football Association chief executive Brian Barwick welcomed "the beginning of the end
of the construction phase" of Wembley after securing this season's FA Cup final at the new stadium.
Jasper's statement that if Bush and Congress allow another mass amnesty to take place, "we could be looking at the beginning of the end
of our nation" is exactly the sentiment of most of us "in the know" these days.
The beginning of the end
of an old regime, of the old way, of business as usual, is always a troubled time.
But both agree that a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling against government aid to cotton farmers could be the beginning of the end
for a wide range of agricultural subsidies.