happenstance


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Synonyms for happenstance

an unexpected random event

Synonyms for happenstance

an event that might have been arranged although it was really accidental

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Although future opportunities are often created without one's willingness, they can be created intentionally as well utilizing the five components of planned happenstance skills (Mitchell et al.
Through the happenstance of archaic translation, the KJV offers a valid application of the text: there is such a thing as a "charge of souls" (cf.
From there, it found a home at NASA's Johnson Space Center as just another meteorite, until a happenstance examination by geochemist Donald Mittlefehldt.
By happenstance, Bruce is also the author of the lead article in this issue.
Buchloh, in his writing on Arman and Klein, painstakingly defined the discursive terrain within which this neoavant-garde operated, critics in the early '60s (like some today) could not see the institutional frame that delimited and animated Hains's decollage as anything other than either a celebration of random happenstance or a refusal to comment on the political situation that he highlighted without inflection.
Happenstance picks up where her EP left off, although some of these songs are authored with other people.
The pots she has chosen to show at Ceramic Art London 2005 have glazes which demonstrate the control, happenstance and sheer sweat that are constant features of the potter's existence.
Although the magnitude of this cluster of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) could be attributed to happenstance, the recent analysis by Steinmaus et al.
Happenstance drives them apart and together as they pass through the worlds of punk rock, female pro wrestling, and even prostitution before being reunited--forever?
All of this is very well planned; there is nothing happenstance about it," he said.
It suffers from the same way that physical and demographic geographers and sociologists might treat the wonderful happenstance of four pints of lager and a chicken tikka masala on a Friday night in Euston (there is always more than meets the scientific and analytical eye).
Industry studies indicate that up to 60% of an organization's intellectual property is contained within its e-mail system--which means that such a critical resource should not be managed in a fragmented, uncentralized and happenstance fashion.
Happenstance opened the book for me to the biography of Margaret Leeson (1727-1797), listed only as Brothel-keeper.
She adds: "With the props of appearance and talent, passers step out of identities dictated by genes, heritage, training, circumstance, of happenstance.