At the same time, early pronouncements of success or failure have a cumulative effect.
Mr. Melvin said that although firearm manufacturing would probably never be the growth industry it once was, early pronouncements of doom are premature.
There were clues to its character in his earliest pronouncements.
At times, Luther's practical reforms fell short of his earlier radical pronouncements.
Isuzu may withdraw from the passenger car business, it said, reversing earlier pronouncements.
On the left, where most of the dissent derives, essentially two arguments have been made against the early pronouncements and programs of the Bush administration.
I took a glance at Beef's face to see how he was taking this clear contradiction of his earlier pronouncement to Wickham.
In early pronouncements, before 9/11, he spoke as if the killing of women and children was inherently an atrocity.
The Union needs to stick to earlier pronouncements, as the British Presidency finally did at the start of the negotiations.
Such statements are in contrast with earlier pronouncements, made many times in the past, that the uprising was almost over.