inadvertent


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happening by chance or unexpectedly or unintentionally

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Jay Rodriguez put Sean Dyche's men ahead with his first goal since his summer Danny Drinkwater had an inadvertent hand in Grigg's leveller when his attempt to cut out a Denver Hume pass fell straight into the path of the unmarked striker in the area.
Inadvertent hypothermia can cause complications such as postoperative myocardial events, surgical site infections, and prolonged durations of hospitalization and recovery (3-6).
IRS clarifies safe harbor for inadvertent violation of normalization rules.
inadvertent "It was an inadvertent breach." " The judge, recorder KeithScott Miller, gave Theakston, of Liverton Crescent, Thornaby, a PS250 fine and ordered him to pay PS85 costs and PS25 charges.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles to prevent inadvertent airbag deployment.
Referees explained that it was an inadvertent whistle, infuriating the KaTropa camp, including governor Pato Gregorio and team manager Virgil Villavicencio.
The Surefire circuit requires a purposeful, half-second press against the hook release button, guarding against inadvertent load loss resulting from accidental contact with the release button during flight.
Summary: Majority of online respondents said that food was the inadvertent star in 'Eat, Pray, Love'
LAHORE -- Pakistan Rangers and Border Security Force (BSF) India have agreed to stop border violations along the LoC check smuggling and ensure expeditious repatriation of the inadvertent border-crossers.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Rangers and Border Security Force (BSF) India have agreed to stop border violations along the LoC, check smuggling and ensure expeditious repatriation of the inadvertent border-crossers.
* Creating inadvertent lawyer-client relationships via social media.
It cautioned the agency that the line of distinction between an " inadvertent act or a malafide act" was very thin and the vetting of reports should confirm to well settled principles of law and hoped that no such mistakes shall occur in future".
In a commentary published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, the physician-specialists from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md., and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, say rigorous steps exist and must be taken--to avoid "inadvertent" contact of frontline caregivers' exposed skin and mucous membranes to infected body fluids.
By using a 2 x 2 between-subjects design (inadvertent exposure to sexual material vs.
If circulation loss occurs, the boring fluid will enter a new path of least resistance and cause a leak, called an inadvertent return.