Inevitable accident

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INEVITABLE ACCIDENT. A term used in the civil law, nearly synonymous with fortuitous. event. (q.v.) 2 Sm. & Marsh. 572. In the common law commonly called the ad of God. (q.v.) 2 Smed. & Marsh. Err. & App. 572.

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If the city council wishes this dangerous practice to continue, then when the inevitable accident happens, they cannot say they have not been warned.
In my opinion, this is extremely dangerous, as it may cause inevitable accidents.
A Inevitable accidents are where there is no negligence on the part of either driver.
4) If he succeeds otherwise in cooperating without too many frictions or slip-ups with China, Japan, India, Europe and Russia, in descending order, and with several 'emerging' countries, followed by some of Middle Eastern states (without an exceptional status for Israel), his road will be beneficial, notwithstanding the many inevitable accidents and obstacles.
With this flurry of Easter activity, however, also come the inevitable accidents and associated injuries that occur when things don't quite go to plan.
They are fitted to cover the shaped recess (CywellCO) in the wheel preventing the tyre from dislodging and leaving the rim in the event of a tyre burst or slow puncture, thereby preventing loss of control and otherwise inevitable accidents.
This seems to me to be an attempt to pass the buck to the drivers rather than planners before the inevitable accidents occur.
In the half-century that has followed, the advances in the medical facilities that are on offer at football grounds means that when inevitable accidents do happen, goalkeepers have never been in safer hands.
What's more these carpets come with a free Anti-Stain Warranty against food and drink to protect against inevitable accidents.