- ominously prophetic (同)foreboding, portentous
- having momentous consequences; of decisive importance; "that fateful meeting of the U.N. when...it declared war on North Korea"- Saturday Rev; "the fatal day of the election finally arrived" (同)fatal
- in a prophetically fateful manner; "the nurse whispered fatefully to call the priest"
- 運命を決する,決定的な / 予言的な(prophetic);不吉な / 致命的な(fatal)
- Improving the management of post-operative acute pain: priorities for change.
- Meissner W1, Coluzzi F2, Fletcher D3, Huygen F4, Morlion B5, Neugebauer E6, Pérez AM7, Pergolizzi J8,9.
- Current medical research and opinion.Curr Med Res Opin.2015 Nov;31(11):2131-43. doi: 10.1185/03007995.2015.1092122. Epub 2015 Sep 30.
- Poor management of post-operative acute pain can contribute to medical complications including pneumonia, deep vein thrombosis, infection and delayed healing, as well as the development of chronic pain. It is therefore important that all patients undergoing surgery should receive adequate pain manag
- PMID 26359332
- Tsunami currents in ports.
- Borrero JC1, Lynett PJ2, Kalligeris N2.
- Philosophical transactions. Series A, Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences.Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci.2015 Oct 28;373(2053). pii: 20140372. doi: 10.1098/rsta.2014.0372.
- Tsunami-induced currents present an obvious hazard to maritime activities and ports in particular. The historical record is replete with accounts from ship captains and harbour masters describing their fateful encounters with currents and surges caused by these destructive waves. Despite the well-kn
- PMID 26392622
- More fateful than fruitful? Intracranial pressure monitoring in elderly patients with traumatic brain injury is associated with worse outcomes.
- Dang Q1, Simon J2, Catino J3, Puente I3, Habib F3, Zucker L4, Bukur M3.
- The Journal of surgical research.J Surg Res.2015 Oct;198(2):482-8. doi: 10.1016/j.jss.2015.03.092. Epub 2015 Apr 4.
- BACKGROUND: In an expanding elderly population, traumatic brain injury (TBI) remains a significant cause of death and disability. Guidelines for management of TBI, according to the Brain Trauma Foundation (BTF), include intracranial pressure (ICP) monitoring. Whether ICP monitoring contributes to ou
- PMID 25972315
- The Unappreciated Ramifications of the "Triple Obstetric Tragedy".
- Quigley J.
- Vesalius : acta internationales historiae medicinae.Vesalius.2015 Jun;21(1):10-8.
- The untimely death of a young Princess of Wales reverberated around the world in August 1997. Diana, Princess of Wales, was not, however, the first holder of that title to suffer an early demise. Princess Charlotte of Wales was fifteen years younger and died exactly one hundred and eighty years earl
- PMID 26592079
- 大坪 慶之
- 史學雜誌 123(3), 401-425, 2014-03-20
- … It is at this point that we can observe the existence of maneuvering between the Emperor and his mother, in order to avoid responsibility for making the final decision, after the fateful audience with court retainers convinced the Emperor to approve the territorial cession. …
- NAID 110009809493
- 北野 利一,高橋 倫也,田中 茂信
- Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering) 67(4), I_277-I_282, 2011
- … The window will release us from the fateful behavior of outliers in the extreme values, as well as the obsession of testing more than enough candidates of population, provided that we make the possible efforts by employing the special techniques, e.g. regional analysis etc. …
- NAID 130004557581
- 我が運命の出会いについて (ムネーモシュネーの会 第三回月例会 発表記録 テーマ 運命について)
- fatefulとは。意味や和訳。[形]1 〈日・事件・決定などが〉運命を決する，決定的に重大な.2 致命的な，破滅的な.3 宿命的な；因果な；不吉な.fate・ful・ly[副] fate・ful・ness[名] - goo英和辞書は14万項目以上を収録し、発音、音声、慣用句 ...
- Fateful definition, having momentous significance or consequences; decisively important; portentous: a fateful meeting between the leaders of the two countries. See more. Thesaurus Translate Puzzles & Games Word of the Day ...
- fate·ful (fāt′fəl) adj. 1. Vitally affecting subsequent events; being of great consequence; momentous: a fateful decision to counterattack. 2. Controlled by or as if by fate; predetermined. 3. Bringing death or disaster; fatal. 4. ...