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1 I found this delightful hotel by happenstance.
2 I came to live at the farm by happenstance.
3 By happenstance they were both in Paris at the same time.
4 No, happenstance will never make for beauty.
5 And they both landed by happenstance rather than design in the Motor City.
6 By happenstance, and a fair amount of reaching out by Lindsey, we started playing together and it was great.
7 In this happenstance, faithful friend Lobo, these white ladies would pay anything for milk.
8 Who knows what such a happenstance might have called forth from my unpredictable nature?
9 Dunning and Sasbach, two inconspicuous villages which happenstance has made part of my experience.
10 Through either grace or happenstance, the architecture of the 140-year-old building embodies the spirit of the contemporary parish.
11 They have, through happenstance, and the nature of urban life that crunches lives and experiences together, simply become entangled.
12 Pure happenstance and luck had much to do with life and death on both sides.
13 In part this was the result of happenstance.
14 So it can't be about happenstance or about finance.
15 My project has benefited from this happenstance.
16 Our marriage was a personal happenstance[Sentencedict.com], but its possibility was dictated by historical conditions: it happened after a turn in Sino-American relations.
17 Women who take advantage of happenstance have competence, self-confidence, and the ability to take risks. They also have a strong support system.
18 The happenstance of the Ardisia crenata disease was increasingly serious, because Ardisia crenata had been planted in successive years as viewing fruit flowers.
19 Fortuitous happenstance ignits a foray of synergy between the two or the group.
20 Clearly this was a profitable happenstance for both the owners and the king.
21 In deep antiquity, vast, sprawling empires rose and fell,(www.Sentencedict.com) usually the result of happenstance rather than deliberation.
22 We go to any lengths to avoid such a happenstance in baseball.
23 I might never have identified his inability to read if it had not been for an entirely social happenstance.
24 He is not short. Can you believe that such perfection is mere happenstance?
25 Lives hang in the balance, and yet we have typically relied for our choices on happenstance—offhand referrals, late nights at the office, or the dream of meeting cute.
26 Olmsted's works appear so natural that one critic wrote, "One thinks of them as something not put there by artifice but merely preserved by happenstance.
27 Planned with characteristic meticulousness, this bold venture was also the result of happenstance.
28 Dreamtime that is dark is difficult to foray for positive happenstance through prose incantations.
29 Happiness is not a situation to be longed for, or a convergence of lucky happenstance.
30 If there is a difficult union, self may choose not to be present but may accolade synergy in the work happenstance or in other encounters of a fortuitous kind.
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