unexpected occurrence

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An unexpected occurrence forces me to ask my wife to have a little conversation with me; it is so rarely I make such a request, I am sure you cannot grudge it to me.
This unexpected occurrence," he said, "has caused us rather to lose sight of the original purpose of our journey.
Weller, in some degree abashed by the very unexpected occurrence of the incident.
I had imagined that I had reached the end of my adventures, but a very unexpected occurrence showed me that there were surprises still in store for me.
Defined by the Joint Commission as "an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury or the risk thereof" that occurs in a hospital or other healthcare facility, a Sentinel Event "signals the need for immediate investigation.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told Japan's parliament that the zone "can invite an unexpected occurrence and it is a very dangerous thing as well" - but the next day, Tokyo instructed Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airlines (ANA) to simply ignore the zone when flying through it.
The department had a very unexpected occurrence happen in its senior leadership, and it was a crucial juncture," Mr.
The unexpected occurrence, is said in a statement, has prompted the agency to closely with local authorities as well as other United Nations agencies to mitigate flooding damage and to put in place emergency response measures.
The official definition of SADS is 'a non-traumatic, non-violent, unexpected occurrence resulting from cardiac arrest within as little as six hours of previously witnessed normal health'.
It's not so long ago that death during childbirth was a not an unexpected occurrence.
Editor's Note: The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) defines a "sentinel event" as "an unexpected occurrence involving death or serious physical or psychological injury, or the risk thereof.
The main reasons the authors highlight for this unexpected occurrence include: high investment costs, overall risk versus controlled defense profits, and the bureaucratic nature of the defense acquisition environment.