The TSA maintains three lists for use by airlines in screening passengers: a "no-fly" list; a "selectee" list of people not prohibited from flying but subject to secondary screening before admission to the terminal; and a "cleared" list of individuals with coincidental
matches who have applied for, and received, redress for a wrongful "no fly" listing.
Although investigations found no evidence that the vaccine and deaths were causally related, press frenzy was so intense it drew a televised rebuke from Walter Cronkite for sensationalizing coincidental
Anil writes: "Teem is one of only three words (with rack and tot) listed in both Parts II and III of ["Coincidental
Self-Synonymy" in the February Word Ways], ie both Coincidental
Self-affinitives and Coincidental
Editor Dana Stabenow contributes "Wreck Rights" about a dangerous curve and coincidental
crashes on an Alaskan highway.
The human genome is a big place," he says, "and coincidental
'associations' are common.
As the story unfolds, Jim and Louella learn that all that has happened to them is not coincidental
, but part of a larger picture involving African American history, tradition and spirituality.
Similarities in design and operation to Microsoft XP are not coincidental
Through a coincidental
series of friends of friends, I got a chance to interview Evan at home, in his bedroom, with no celebrity "people" anywhere in sight.
Although it is possible that the appearance of these two tumors in our patient was coincidental
, it is interesting to consider a possible association.
Sir, - Lance Green's latest missive suggests the link between speed and road deaths is coincidental
rather than causal.
Despite some predictability and a plot shortcut or two in the form of coincidental
occurrences, it is a pleasant, fast-moving read.
Is it coincidental
that these aberrations occurred just after the three officers rotated to night duty after 6 months on the day shift?
The picture that emerged from this research suggests a possible image of Christ based on racial features, though any resemblance is coincidental
I think it's more than coincidental
that the sound repertoire of babbling babies, compared with the speech sounds in a diversity of languages across the world, lends credence to the idea that there was a mother tongue that goes back to prehistoric times.
The fact that it also gives her an opportunity to cause acute embarrassment to Glen's new wife and to brand him a selfish, disloyal brute is, of course, purely coincidental