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an unexpected and usually undesirable event

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Conclusions: Therapeutic misadventures caused by dosing errors in infants younger than 6 months of age were prevalent.
The two programmes, featuring the familiar misadventures of Captain Mainwaring (played Arthur Lowe) and the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard, went missing shortly after they were first broadcast in March 1969.
39); and filed a brief about Telefonica's misadventures in Sao Paulo (p.
In the case of the financial misadventures of Richard L.
More recent cinematic efforts, such as Joaquim Sapinho's first feature-length film Corte de cabelo (Haircut, 1995), which recounts the misadventures of a young couple on their wedding day, have focused instead on everday urban life in ways that reflect the cultural miscegenation that gives semi-peripheral countries like Portugal their distinctive flavor.
In the last half-century or so, American presidents have displayed a proclivity for foreign policy misadventures, often carried out in secret and without consulting Congress.
NEW YORK -- 2K Play announced today that the critically acclaimed The Misadventures of P.
Gordon McAlpine's THE MISADVENTURES OF EDGAR & ALLAN POE BOOK ONE: THE TELL-TALE START (9780670784912, $15.
This new American comedy series follows the misadventures of four freshmen as they navigate the perils and pitfalls of that decade's college life.
For eleven days each summer, the broad extended family would gather, share news and opportunities, and experience joy, adventures, and misadventures.
At no point during the character's misadventures are we aching to throw a protective blanket around our beleaguered heroine, nor give a rousing ``Attagirl
In this open-ended tale, Rincewind, a wizard school drop-out, meets Twoflower, a tourist from another country, and ends up guiding him, more or less, through a series of misadventures that takes them from Ankh-Morpork to the edge of the world and beyond.
Chris Stewart's DRIVING OVER LEMONS: AN OPTIMIST IN ANDALUCIA (0953522709) presents the author, an 'eternal optimist' who provides a funny running account of misadventures in Spain.
If old bullies don't die, they don't even fade away in this Robert Zemeckis trilogy about the temporal misadventures of young Marty McFly (Michael J.