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People and their governments

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Ordain
(v) to order with full authority; to predestine; to do an ordination. Origin: L ordinare, to order The king ordained that every child in his kingdom must go to school. The long-lost friends met fortuitously in a train, that too, at a point in their respective lives when they sorely needed someone to share their troubles with. They felt that their boarding the same train had been ordained by fate.

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