Sentences Containing 'inevitable'
Resignation to inevitable evils is the evil duty of us all; the peculiar duty of a young man who has been so fortunate as I have been in early preferment; and I trust I am resigned.
Here a rent in the ship's side would mean inevitable loss were it not possible to rid the ship of the inflowing water by the action of strong pumps.
In contrast with the awful sublimity of this figure of Death, how touching is the expression of the little figure of Love, trying vainly to stop the inevitable advance.
If we respected only what is inevitable and has a right to be, music and poetry would resound along the streets.
Caderousse still evaded all pursuit, and I had resigned myself to what seemed my inevitable fate.
I say not only in right order by a series of inevitable consequences, but according to justice and as it were by way of equal distribution, according to the true worth of everything.
The extinction of old forms is the almost inevitable consequence of the production of new forms.
Now the risk was inevitable, I no longer saw it in the same cheerful light.
And on both these days I had the restless feeling of one who shirks an inevitable duty.
I thought of their unfathomable distance, and the slow inevitable drift of their movements out of the unknown past into the unknown future.
I had put them at a distance, and accepted my inevitable place.
Now, this occasional inevitable sinking of the recently killed Sperm Whale is a very curious thing; nor has any fisherman yet adequately accounted for it.
Convinced that war was inevitable, Bandula became a main proponent of offensive policy against the British.
Flexible A design–build process led by an architect can be open, consistent, tolerant to inevitable or necessary changes during construction.
Much like the scholar Thucydides in the days of the Peloponnesian Wars, Stoessinger believes that war is neither impersonal nor inevitable.
The result was inevitable as Sitiveni Sivivatu broke a tackle and scored the first try of the match in the ninth minute of play.
Commander Stanton oversees all operations on Terra Venture and leads Terra Venture's special forces which are trained with the inevitable clash of the unknown.
She was initially an ally of protagonist Jason and love interest to Hercules, but Jason was warned that Medusa's destiny as a monster is inevitable.
Lord Nicholls has stated that a "lack of precision is inevitable given the infinite range of circumstances where the issue arises."
The progression to type 2 diabetes mellitus is not inevitable for those with prediabetes.
In 1477 they marched upon the cities in protest. At Stans in 1481 a "Tagsatzung" was held in order to resolve the issues, but war seemed inevitable.
Such archaism is inevitable where continual re-invention and discovery makes technical concepts, names and descriptions redundant.
However, internal power struggles within the factions and conflicts amongst one another become abundant, leading to inevitable lawlessness.
His remix of "The Inevitable Relapse" is on the deluxe edition of the US release.
Bach reluctantly arrests it, but cannot accept the inevitable outcome, even though her superior officer approves the situation.
Loreley is a beautiful siren with golden hair who sits on the rock and enchants the ferrymen with her singing and murmuring, leading them towards their inevitable death.
"Metroland" explores the tension between the youthful idealism of a hedonistic existence and that of the inevitable middle-class establishment.
Violence sprawling over the East district, bloodshed is inevitable.
The movie was so popular that a follow-up was inevitable.
Not every critic sees that Fielding sets up an inevitable fall for women.
Aberline and Gwen look with horror at the bite wound in his shoulder and then at the moon, realizing his inevitable fate.
However, they were unable to resolve the issues and war seemed inevitable.
But she mistakenly believes Spratt to be her admirer, and many funny and inevitable complications ensue.
Mu'in ad-Din prepared for the inevitable siege, although he had hoped his former alliance with Jerusalem could be restored and that the crusade would attack some other city.
Trueman and Bailey thought Hutton found it hard to talk to his players: amateur critics considered this an inevitable consequence of a professional leading other professionals.
Most workplaces allocate time for coffee breaks and serving coffee is an inevitable part of any visit to a private home.
The inevitable wave of complaints from loyal listeners and the threat of a lawsuit under the Americans With Disabilities Act changed nothing.
The "San Mateo News" described the news as both startling and inevitable:"San Mateo fans, if they'll stop and collect their wits a minute, will realize that it was inevitable.
The use of Singlish when speaking in classes or to teachers, however officially frowned upon, is rather inevitable given that many teachers themselves are comfortable with the variety.
For many students, using Singlish is also inevitable when interacting with their peers, siblings, parents and elders.
However, the admission of black students to the University was inevitable and three factors brought about its occurrence.
Transpiration is natural and inevitable for plants, and much water is lost through this process.
However, it is hinted that to be a true "master of death" is to be willing to accept that death is inevitable.
In the search for realism (and readers), it was inevitable that sex would soon make an appearance.
Over half of them are love poems, and emphasize the inevitable loss of love.
Eurasia refuses to comply, and another world war becomes inevitable despite the treaty.
Tsiolkovsky believed human occupation of space was the inevitable path for our species.
The hopes of peace that Napoleon had entertained were gone – war was now inevitable.
With the rise of the automobile, busses were becoming more popular and the inevitable decline of İzmir's trams began.
As days pass, Elisita and Antonio fall in love and the inevitable happens.
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