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event

noun adventure, affair, development, episode, exitus, experience, factum, hap, happening, incident, marked occurrence, milestone, occasion, occurrence, transaction
Associated concepts: contingent event, fortuitous event, fuuure event, person interested in the event, unforseen event, witness to an event
Foreign phrases: Casus fortuitus non est sperandus, et nemo tenetur devinare.A fortuitous event is not to be forseen, and no one is bound to expect it. Casus fortuitus non est supponendus. A fortuitous happening is not to be presumed.
See also: chance, development, experience, fact, fortuity, happening, incident, landmark, occasion, occurrence, outgrowth, particular
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The call for a possible response, from within an existential and presumably social context, marks scripture as word of God, and God as the harbor of the event that actualizes the possible.
Responding to this trend, Northern Ontario cities like Thunder Bay and Sudbury are taking the potential economic and social benefits of event hosting seriously by offering event-planning assistance services and supporting local bid applications.
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Conclusion: An event can't be worth anything if it is being given away.
Other key components of the Symantec Security Management System are Symantec Event Managers and Symantec Enterprise Security Manager (ESM).
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