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1. The act of predestinating. Predestination had overruled their will. (milton)

2. The purpose of Good from eternity respecting all events; especially, the preordination of men to everlasting happiness or misery. See Calvinism.

Origin: L. Praedestinatio: cf. F. Predestination.

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the biological body cell has "sub-totipotency property&

... can keep the beautiful color of yellow leaf edge;if the leaf-inserted reproduction approach is used,the posterity will not show the yellow leaf predestination like this beautiful color.The author made the comparison of these two kinds of reproduction methods during different seasons through ...

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