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Synonyms for tossup

an unpredictable phenomenon

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Currently, Feingold is polling ahead slightly of Johnson in this tossup race.
The tossup was conducted in Doha today in the presence of the championship director Qatar Soccer Association secretary-general Saud Al-Mohannadi and West Asian Soccer Federation secretary-general Fadi Zuraiqat who announced the official withdrawal of Syria which was the champion of the previous version due to technical reasons.
He sent out Tossup to win the Guineas Trial at Leopardstown eight days ago, and 24 hours later his Sagar Pride was a close-up third in the French version of the 1,000 Guineas.
In fact, Smith says it was a tossup between heart surgeon and musician until he was a high-school senior.
While the powerhouse Thais are expected to advance from the group, the second spot will be a tossup between the Azkals, Singaporeans and Indonesians.
The race is considered a pure tossup by all of the major political pundits.
At the tournament, the top ten individual scorers based on their conference tossup statistics are recognized.
Dasmarinas, the Camarines Sur native, thinks the fight is a tossup, although he believes he has the advantage when it comes to punching power.
The race is rated a tossup by Cook Political Report.
That means Democrats would only need to win seven of the 30 seats that Cook rates as "toss-ups." This would seem likely even in a neutral environment, and history shows that these "tossup" races tend to go strongly in the direction of the party with the electoral momentum.
15-21 (Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News, +/- 3), is, I agree, a tossup.
According to Jennifer Duffy, Cook's Senate race expert, one party has won at least two-thirds of the tossup races since 1998.
Individuals who answered the most tossups over the course of the day were awarded All-Tournament medals.
Michigan and Wisconsin were called tossups two months ago.
In fact, very few of the 435 House seats to be filled in November are even listed as tossups by the major analysts.