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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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an indication of the approach of something — especially something bad
  • No one could remember Mr. Morrison ever speaking—as a mailman—and yet, as a harbinger of doom, the poor man clearly felt he had much to say.
    p. 181.6

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