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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Of the 276 patients managed with curative intent for GBC during this 10-year inclusion period, 196 (71.0%) had preoperative suspicion (PS) of malignancy (PS-GBC), and 80 (29.0%) were discovered incidentally (postoperative incidentally discovered GBC [PI-GBC]).
Incidentally, this happened in the home village of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and it was only after his intervention did the police speeded up the investigation.
13 ( ANI ): Incidentally, the puffy cornmeal snacks of Cheetos made their runway debut at New York Fashion Week 2018.
Incidentally, the Mac 10 is a machine gun and machine guns have been not simply illegal but prohibited for around 80 years.
Iraq, incidentally, torched the oilfield as they left.
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The ruling published by the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO), on Christmas Day incidentally, also includes "the plunger system" of ejecting the SIM card by using a metal pin, or SIM ejection tool into the final verdict.
Incidentally, the pounds 130m "bribe" is only about an eighth of the money going to Manchester, and they will have a vote!
Incidentally the men-women sex ratio of Umm Salal Mohamed is the highest in the country.
Classical symptoms are well described, but recent studies have suggested that many patients are diagnosed incidentally. No studies have evaluated incidental pheochromocytoma with respect to year of diagnosis.
Most of this rise is at the expense of incidentally detected small renal masses (SRMs) likely due to the more frequent use of abdominal imaging.