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unforeseen

adjective accidental, sudden, surprise, unanticipated, undesigned, unexpected, unheralded, unpredicted, unthought of
Associated concepts: unforeseen cause, unforeseen difficullies, unforeseen event, unforeseen peril
See also: fortuitous, haphazard, unanticipated, unexpected, unintentional
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Looking at the current monetary policy situation in Japan in the light of this thinking, one cannot help but feel frightened by the fact that the exit from the monetary policy measures necessitated by the darkest economic situation in the past years cannot yet be found, and no margin of maneuver is left for policy action in case of an unforeseen crisis.
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A partial exclusion of gain on the sale of a principal residence may be available for taxpayers who fail the two-out-of-five year ownership and use rule or the one-sale-every-two year rule because of a "forced" sale caused by a change in place of employment, health or, to the extent provided in regulations, unforeseen circumstances.
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