That would only foreshadow the “fractured antislavery world” to come, as Kantrowitz calls it, which emerged after the Civil War.
The harshest hit in what's available publicly is saved for the Obamas and could foreshadow a talking point if she runs in 2012.
Weirdly, he mostly avoided Cubism, even though he got wild Cezannes that foreshadow that movement.
The virtues which have crowned her mature years are such, as her youth did foreshadow.
Their great compeers, the giants of thought, foreshadow what it will be.
His view of the relation of God to his creatures is held to foreshadow the pantheism of Spinoza.
He implored him for strength to avert the disasters which this night seemed to foreshadow.
It was, without doubt, the foreshadow of their whole history.
No seer was needed to foreshadow the success the Marietta colony was to have.
It is not the specific reforms that I wish to emphasize but the great possibilities they foreshadow.