When it comes down to it, though, the real decision is inevitable: if one of us has to be destroyed, let’s make damn sure we’re the ones alive at the end.
One more frozen, inevitably, in every battle, that’s all you are, and we’re now at a point where every frozen soldier makes a difference in the standings.
Is it some law of human nature that you inevitably become whatever your first commander was?
She thought of that, worried about it for a few days, and then wrote a column using that as a premise, to show that politicians who toadied to the Russians in order to keep the peace would inevitably end up subservient to them in everything.
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It is as inevitable as death and taxes.
The leaves fall each year with the inevitable change of the seasons.