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(1) Fortuitously, the advancing Union forces operated as a safety valve.
(2) Fortuitously, these drugs also have clinically obvious pharmacodynamic end points—hypertension for bevacizumab and skin toxicity for erlotinib and gefitinib.
(3) As the advantageous condition appeared fortuitously in the innovative activity, the opportunity plays an important part in gaining the result of innovation.
(4) It also coincided, perhaps fortuitously for Mr Lukashenka, with an uncomfortable few weeks for Russia's Vladimir Putin.
(5) Whether fortuitously or inevitably, I've come to meet them again and record their life experiences and their situations, perceiving through this the frailty and tenaciousness of life.
(6) It seemed to him unquestionable that fortuitously he had been permitted to look upon one of the world's really great men.
(7) The goal may have come about a bit fortuitously , the free-kick may not have been given, but you take your little bit of luck that sometimes makes champions.
(8) We won't do anything fortuitously in view of the final, we really want to become World champions.
(9) Fortuitously, the flyby also happens at the same time that Venus is at its maximum elongation from the Sun as seen from Earth.
(10) Hence it is plain that they achieve their end, not fortuitously, but designedly.
(11) It helps if you were born to successful or wealthy parents but failing that, you could marry fortuitously!
(12) The biggest single problem for the regime is the oppressed, contentious Shi'ite minority, who are fortuitously located just where the largest oil deposits sit.
(13) A new world, material without being real, where poor ghosts, breathing dreams like air, drifted fortuitously about ... like that ashen, fantastic figure gliding toward him through the amorphous trees. Sentencedict.com
(14) His real estate venture was one of the most fortuitously unlucky things he had ever heard of.
(15) Hence it plain that they achieve their end, not fortuitously, but designedly.
(16) So in order for a diva to successfully demolish a wine glass, she would have to fortuitously choose one with microscopic defects that are big enough to buckle under pressure.
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