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Such serendipitous stumbles are now being commemorated in the government's Science: So What?
I threw it in my bug-out bag and had a chance to read it on the flight With me on the trip were Pakistani and several Afghan officers; reading your editorial article about "A Timeless Bond," I couldn't help but think how serendipitous it was.
The search is finally resolved in one of those serendipitous moments which life often throws up.
It was a bit serendipitous that I had just finished reading Lewis Buzbee's The Yellow-Lighted Bookshop when I picked up my March/April Bookmarks and found that, like Mr.
Papers cover libraries of the past, including the military libraries of the British Empire, the private libraries of the early nineteenth century, and the Carnegie libraries; libraries as places of communal experience, as in a black community before civil rights, for women seeking public lives, for sexual minorities or for those seeking an information community; as places of learning and scholarship as serendipitous space for scholars and goads for undergraduates; and as elements of culture as places of pleasure or imagination, as in the hellish library of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The inspiring effects of serendipitous happenings upon research do not eliminate the prerequisites of toil and rigour, but losing one's 'bearings' can push the researcher into new territory in which to apply his or her efforts.
Later, in her opening comments at the Rainbow Room festivities, Colleen Cunningham, FEI president and CEO, noted that it was serendipitous that the NYSE enjoyed a record high close the day FEI's Hall of Fame honorees rang the bell.
36 million Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their serendipitous discovery of RNA interference, or "RNAi.
All of these old guys said, `This might be my last chance to win a World Series,''' Jerry Reuss said the other day at Dodger Stadium, remembering the cause to which he contributed 10 wins in the regular season and a 2-1 win over Ron Guidry in game 5 of the World Series (and had the serendipitous injury that prompted Fernando Valenzuela's Opening Day start).
I dreamt that one day, One serendipitous hour before I go, My doorbell would ring, And there you would be Smiling that shy beguiling smile of yours.
But one can be alert for serendipitous overlap or simply for a confluence in some specific way around the was Christum treibet ("what urges Christ") interpretive principle of Martin Luther.
This serendipitous character is very evident in the auditorium, where cast iron columns and remnants of field stone foundations combine with ad hoc openings in brickwork to create a striking contrast with the pared down discipline of the concrete insertion.