In contrast to the coalition of 1969, a new coalition would not augur a new period of social reforms.
It is hoped that this development will augur a new era of cooperation between the AAA and the Academy of Accounting Historians.
I would like to leap to the defence of Quinn, a man as yet untested in football management but exhibiting qualities that augur a bright future.
The quality of the athletes, always impressive, seemed to take a quantum leap forward, a happy augur for the future of the sport in this Eastern European nation.
a new coalition would not augur a new period of social reforms
the end of the Cold War seemed to augur well
The elimination of these Christians, the augur would claim, could restore his divining powers and help the emperor.
An augur in Latin was someone who could see into the future.
The process, itself, was cumbersome and did not augur success.
the end of the cold war seemed to augur well