inevitable occurrence

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An inevitable occurrence due to the action of immutable
He eludes to comments architects have made on Twitter, stating that it was an inevitable occurrence.
In his essay, Ghenis highlighted the risk of earthquakes in California, particularly on his campus in Berkeley, noting that most students "choose to ignore it or shove its inevitable occurrence to the back of their minds.
The last is an inevitable occurrence when government tries to "manage" healthcare.
The England international would have featured against Chelsea had a minor groin complaint ( an inevitable occurrence considering his long absence ( not struck last week.
If an individual is aware of the uncertainty, he or she will be more comfortable with recognizing and coping with the inevitable occurrence of uncertainy.
Air transportation service reliability is within control of the firm irrespective of its inability to control the inevitable occurrence of external environmental variables (weather, air traffic control, customer behavior, mechanical difficulties).
Similar developments in Brazil led to the establishment of cacao plantations in Amazonia and the inevitable occurrence of the disease.
Insurance, literally (a policy) and figuratively (a contingency plan), provides protection against the inevitable occurrence of unlucky outcomes.
For example, there is an almost inevitable occurrence of aneurysms, or the blocking and consequent swelling of blood vessels, particularly the aorta -the main artery from the heart -which, in a heavy smoker, can, and quite frequently does, burst, with fatal consequences.