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Childhood's End
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  • It was almost inevitable that George, as a leading member of the artistic hierarchy, should be one of the reception committee.
  • There was the inevitable pause as Pieter looked disapprovingly at the thermostat, for it was a standing joke that the Secretary-General liked living in an icebox.
  • The inevitable— reaction that had given early twenty-first-century negroes a slight sense of superiority had already passed away.
  • Yet it was fitting: it had the sublime inevitability of a great work of art.
  • The arrangement has some advantages: besides, no-one of intelligence resents the inevitable.
  • Let us say that you might have become a telepathic cancer, a malignant mentality which in its inevitable dissolution would have poisoned other and greater minds.

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  • It is as inevitable as death and taxes.
  • The leaves fall each year with the inevitable change of the seasons.

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