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not part of the real or essential nature of a thing

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associated by chance and not an integral part

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The age range was 18-48 years and included four females; two were congenitally blind; three were adventitiously blind, two of whom were newly blind; two were totally blind and three were blindfolded.
Because demands were represented at the end of the escape interval, it is possible that the attention involved in the delivery of demands was adventitiously reinforcing problem behavior on an intermittent schedule.
If confidence applies to a defendant who adventitiously, but without authorisation, obtains information in respect of which he must have appreciated that the claimant had an expectation of privacy, it must, afortiori, extend to a defendant who intentionally, and without authorisation, takes steps to obtain such information....
Stress, coping, and adjustment of adventitiously blind male veterans with and without diabetes mellitus.
4-5) are executed in Zhang's innovative pomo [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] or ink-spilling style, which involves emptying copious amounts of green and blue colored ink onto the paper and creating a landscape out of the naturally and adventitiously formed shape.
Experiment 4 suggests that non contingent market feedback is not sufficient to control the production of particular aggregate products, but may adventitiously select certain products briefly and in a susceptible manner to drift.
To develop this point, we believe that there is a good argument that the law of accession should apply to prevent farmers from being sued for patent infringement in cases where a genetically modified crop is adventitiously present on their land (for example, as a result of pollen being blown or carried by insects from a neighbouring property).
Moreover, it is indeed "produced from GMOs," irrespective of whether the pollen is introduced intentionally or adventitiously into the honey.
Wild bee populations from natural areas extend into adjacent cultivated land and contribute adventitiously and significantly to agricultural pollination (Kremen et al.
It is against this significant backdrop that when he adventitiously discloses the secrets and powers that define Uzo and endow it with its immanent sacredness to his wife, this evokes sympathy from us.
We are invited to entertain simultaneously the etymological sense of an unpublished, and so arcane, even esoteric, private narrative, as well as that of narrative of a detached incident considered adventitiously interesting or striking in its own right, with the implication that it is possibly amusing.
As biographer James Dreyfuss noted, "Swearingen ultimately believed, in the broadest sense, that education should be equitably provided, funded, and available to all citizens, regardless of class, race, or gender." (2) Also, Swearingen was adventitiously blind, born sighted but developing blindness later in life.
10) means one thing if the covariate was prespecified based on theory and prior data, and quite another if discovered adventitiously. Currently, readers must accept the authors' assertions of prespecification at face value.
Coleridge's dynamic and ternary diagram turns out, then, to be more than merely arbitrarily and adventitiously cruciform.