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the coming of something/somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe coming of something/somebodythe coming of something/somebodyBEGINNINGthe time when something new begins, especially something that will cause a lot of changes With the coming of railways, new markets opened up. coming
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the coming of something/somebodyMrs Moore sat with Lily's pale hand in hers and talked with desperate gaiety about the coming of spring.Formerly it heralded special occasions and, it is said, will be blown to announce the coming of the Messiah.All around the globe at this time of year people celebrate the coming of new life into the world.In short, nowhere illustrates better than Mississippi the coming of age of the Republican Party in the South.From my earliest childhood, I had heard people talk of the coming of better times, of the redemption of mankind.With the coming of full consciousness among these and related currents, Trotskyism will become a powerful current.With the coming of the Reagan administration, however, Hermann was told to clean out his desk.
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