Godwin was never a devoted fan of the show, but has found herself suddenly invested in the outcome.
Such a settlement, he writes, would split Jerusalem in two, an outcome which is unacceptable.
He could now speak of what he considered to have been a true Bronx outcome.
Bolton said he's willing to let Gaddafi live, but doubts that outcome is likely.
But rather than promoting reasoned debate, he lunges toward the unreasonable in an attempt to influence the outcome.
Discouraging as was the outcome of this movement in Ajaccio, similar agitations elsewhere were more successful.
The outcome of that objective vision was Hamlet—a masterpiece of self-revealing.
And her very bitterness was an outcome of her affection; it soothed her to rail at her son after so long a silence.
Is that consolatory view of the matter the outcome of philosophy, or of virtue?
From here they visited Kenilworth, Warwick, and Stratford, and the outcome of the jaunts is reflected in the story.