"Though, as a matter of fact, coincidences
are much rarer than we suppose.
Sapsea (by a very remarkable coincidence
) is of exactly that opinion.
* C = [C.sub.1] [union] [C.sub.2] where [C.sub.1] and [C.sub.2] are usual coincidence
classes of the pair (f,f [??] [tau]);
Sir also maintained that it was a coincidence
that his account to doctors in the late 1970s was "entirely consistent" with evidence of how she died, which only emerged during a cold case review launched in 2012.
Love Just a Coincidence
released in 2011 became one of the smash hits of the year.
There is a debate about whether an unexpected experience is a "coincidence
" or a "sign."
I am a retired police chief and, by way of my profession, do not believe In coincidence
. On page 12 of the June issue, one of the experts answered Mr.
A Review of The Many Faces of Coincidence
, by Laurence Browne
Summary: Actress thinks her three series with the streaming platform getting released around the same time was just a coincidence
'So either coincidence
ito pero parang too much of a coincidence
kasi sabay na sabay,' Ejercito told reporters after the hearing.
Senator Riza Hontiveros maintained that the killings of Catholic priests are not a "mere coincidence
" as she insisted that the Senate should investigate the matter.
As an English saying goes, it is no coincidence
Paul Auster, one of my favourite American writers, says that we are ruled by the forces of chance and coincidence
. Interestingly, the most artistic explanation of 'coincidence
' that I find comes from a scientist: Albert Einstein famously said that coincidence
is God's way of remaining anonymous.
If you've ever told someone (or been told) that "everything happens for a reason," you need The Coincidence
? Bear in mind that England have won just one of 13 Tests at the venue since 1970 - and that was against an Aussie team stripped of all their star names in the Kerry Packer era.