chance occurrence

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e chance occurrence happened not long after Joan had moved into the village from Cheshire with her parents, who became landlords of the Shoulder of Mutton at Church Lane.
Graham is proud to have played a part in that success story - but he might never have done so had it not been for a chance occurrence when he was at university.
Genetic testing showed the parents aren't carriers - it is a chance occurrence to have not one, but two, children with the condition.
Wednesday MARATHON man Eddie Izzard takes time to stand still (ish) for some stand up, exercising his agile mind in Force Majeure (which means superior force or chance occurrence in French).
The tour, which means superior force or chance occurrence in French, is set to be the most extensive comedy tour ever, with Eddie visiting 25 countries in total.
Chi square statistics at 1 degree of freedom is the value of classification accuracy that is assumed to be attributed to chance occurrence and is 6.
On the other hand, some of these histories can represent a chance occurrence of sporadic cancers.
In his art, Dale Chihuly walks a fine line between conscious intention and chance occurrence.
It is well established that these two conditions are related by something more than chance occurrence.
As everything in life is born small and then grows larger, except, that is, for sorrow and anxiety, which grows smaller with the passage of time, so this story died down until it was brought back to life by some chance occurrence in the village, though things would calm down once again, while remaining nonetheless susceptible to the slightest of winds to set it ablaze once more".
No chance occurrence could achieve this, only some form of high intelligence.