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  • This taunt brought such an expression into the face of Nicholas, that Arthur Gride plainly apprehended it to be the forerunner of his putting his threat of throwing him into the street in immediate execution; for he thrust his head out of the window, and holding tight on with both hands, raised a pretty brisk alarm.

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  • The League of Nations was a forerunner of the United Nations.
  • Nietzsche was a forerunner of postmodernism.

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