In the end, punk inevitably burned itself out and acted as a bridge across which the New Romantics could sashay in their chiffon and glossy hair.
A nation that turns it back on Christ and God's words of truth will inevitably regret it.
Once you have power, you are inevitably surrounded by people who have their own agendas and will tell you whatever advances them.
I suppose you inevitably fall into habits of expression.
Your kids inevitably want to move where they had their vacations when they were younger.
There's an abundance of exposure when you start working in American films. Inevitably you become a brand and that has to be controlled.
An attack on values is inevitably seen as an act of subversion.
The thing that makes you exceptional, if you are at all, is inevitably that which must also make you lonely.
I was aware that there is an expectation that writers inevitably falter at this stage, that they fail to live up to the promise of their first successful book, that the next book never pleases the way the prior one did. It simply increased my sense of being challenged.
Talking in one language and talking in another, I think inevitably, produce two different personalities, as far as I've seen in other people. I assume it does the same for me.
In fact, eloquence in English will inevitably make use of the Latin element in our vocabulary.
Any set of decisions about design is inevitably influenced by cultural prejudice, no matter how intent an architect might be to avoid it.
The problem - when you cast your net that wide - is you inevitably catch something you don't want to catch.
Empires inevitably fall, and when they do, history judges them for the legacies they leave behind.
Inevitably, malaria parasites developed resistance to commonly used drugs, and mosquito vectors became insecticide-resistant.
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