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incident

adjective accessory, affiliated, allied, apperraining to, apropos, associated, bearing upon, belonging, circumstantial, collateral, connected, contextual, contingent, correlative, dependent on, following upon, implicated, in connection with, in relation to, inherent in, pertaining to, reeated to, relating to, relative to, subject to, subsidiary
Associated concepts: customarily incident, necessary and innident to

incident

noun affair, case, casus, contingency, episode, event, experience, happening, occasion, occurrence, pass, proceeding
See also: accident, appurtenant, casualty, contingency, event, experience, happening, occasion, occurrence, particular

INCIDENT. A thing depending upon, appertaining to, or following another, called the principal.
     2. The power of punishing for contempt is incident to a court of record; rent is incident to a reversion; distress to rent; estovers of woods to a tenancy for a life or years. 1 Inst. 151; Noy's Max. n. 13; Vin. Ab. h.. t.; Dane's Ab. h.t.; Com. Dig. h.t., and the references there; Bro. Ab. h.t.; Roll's Ab. 75.

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DIMP's goal for incident reports is to identify potential risks that primarily affect the public.
Three-quarters of nurses providing private and public care experienced workplace violence, but only one in six incidents were formally reported, according to a study published in the February issue of the Journal of Clinical Nursing.
The critical incident technique was introduced by Flanagan to investigate military aircraft training incidents (4).
Conditioned by fictional media depictions of sanitized violence on one hand and fantastic ``megaviolence'' on the other, most people have no frame of reference other than personal emotions to evaluate an incident.
Years afterwards, however, they are involved in a critical incident as the only witness.
The purpose of this article is to increase school counselors' bioterrorism preparedness by providing information as follows: (a) a description of bioterrorism and biological agents, (b) the psychological impact of bioterrorism, (c) school counselors' role in a school-related incident, (d) disaster mental health principles and procedures, and (e) implications for school counselors in the context of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model.
While even one incident is one too many, we are pleased that hunters continue to improve on their safety record," said Vern Ross, Game Commission executive director.
During the analysis process, the potential incident and corresponding evidence should be reviewed to determine whether an actual incident has occurred, and if so, the scope and type of damage that the incident has caused or could cause if not dealt with quickly.
Of those, 2,037 law enforcement agencies reported the occurrence of 7,163 hate crime incidents.
Many directors will be worried about the implications of such an incident on their own and their camps' reputations instead of focusing on more important immediate action steps.
As the twentieth anniversary of the Bhopal incident arrives later this year, there inevitably will be a renewed focus on its impact on safety within the chemical industry worldwide.
TORONTO -- Canadian Police Forces have reported that drug-related crime has increased by about 42 per cent since the early 1990's, and now stands at a 20-year high with three in four drug-related incidents in 2002 involving cannabis.