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Synonyms for happenchance

an unexpected random event

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The happenchance occurred when, the day after Ted Bergstrom had commented upon our article, he attended a seminar by Davis and Kilian.
By happenchance there's now a Mexican restaurant in St Andrews where Prince William begins an arts course in September.
Further, that the act of accepting incorporation isn't happenchance, luck, guessing, applied intuition or the old exercise of inculcated bias, but an act of commitment to an idea which fits the individual.
99) According to what might be termed the strong nationalist position, (100) the national category is so entirely consuming that persons are mere effects and instantiations of the happenchance of their cultural location.
This attacking of ADP's correct orientation and the psychological misorientation which results is hardly happenchance as it originates in codified Eurasian supremacist thought across the ages (Ani, 1994; Management of Negroes, 1919; Wobogo, 1976) which at its base is anti-African culture and civilization (Azibo, 1992).
HAPPENCHANCE is a twelve-letter word consisting of six distinct letters, each of which appears exactly twice.
Thank biological happenchance and white wine and soda that my wife was born and I managed to get her drunk enough to say, "yes", when I proposed to her, otherwise I would be in a right mess.
Happenchance means a fortuitous happening, a chance
A single incident also qualifies even if, in essence, it was experimental or happenchance as the hard-and-fastness of the culture-based proscription of these behaviors should also be self-evident.
For the first Happenchance, the flagship Dallas store will host a three-week luxury lifestyle and garden event called "Outside/In" from October 9 - 31.
However, this is not the case overwhelmingly (Azibo, 2010b; Baruti, 2005) due to the disruption of African civilizations by Eurasians, not happenchance or innate African inferiority.