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come to pass

To happen. The phrase often indicates that what is happening is the result of a course of events. Our only hope now is that these dire predictions will not come to pass, but can be avoided somehow. When it finally came to pass, it almost felt like a letdown.
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come to pass

to happen; to take place. And when do you think all these good things will come to pass? Do you think it will really come to pass?
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come to pass

To occur.
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come to pass, to

To happen. Probably the most famous occurrence of this phrase is at the beginning of the Christmas story as related in the Gospel of St. Luke (2:1): “And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus.” Eric Partridge said it was already a cliché by about 1700, but this archaic turn of phrase has survived nevertheless.
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It is time every sporting hero works to ensure that this never comes to pass.
If this indeed comes to pass, it would be the first time Google would allow one particular hardware company to manufacture two successive generations of their devices.
This comes to pass and many adventures befall young Krishna in his life on earth, as he destroys evil demons in the form of snakes, cranes, whirlwinds, and more, even fire.
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In Shabbat 97a, for instance, we learn a comforting theory about God from Rava: "The beneficent measure meted out by God comes to pass more quickly than the measure of punishment."
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blocking sunrays, and the moon comes to pass the Earth's shadow.
Whatever comes to pass, one thing is for sure - McCain was a true legend of the sport, and someone who will be greatly missed.
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All serious target shooters should hope this comes to pass.
"Management considered this possibility when the purchase of the RAN was evaluated, and Golden 1 is well positioned to absorb this extension risk if such ultimately comes to pass," she said.