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  • Bonus points to Charles for using “acci-purposely.”

    Made in Carolina

  • In short, we parted, nor held a correspond-ence in absence: but afterwards meeting, by acci — dent, at Padua, and Jeronymo having, in the interim, been led into inconveniences, he avowed a change of principles, and the friendship was renewed.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • And as they used to say in Moscow, ` It's no acci -- no accident that the great majority of the hijackers come from those countries. '

    What Went Wrong?: Western Impact and Middle Eastern Response

  • While the RAF received about 2.2 billion rand in income from the government's fuel levy in the 1998/99 financial year, acci - dent claims incurred were 2.99 billion rand, overwhelming its re - ceipts.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He paused there and consid - ered the information, wondering immediately if the conception was acci - dental or deliberate.

    Mortalis

  • "Is he the old man who came out the night of the acci -" She broke off, obviously realizing that term was no longer accurate; there had been nothing accidental about what had happened that night.

    Gage Butler's Reckoning

  • Or perhaps those which set deadly acci - dents in the path of an enemy, and it may be one of those would at least distract a Snow Dragon long enough for me to free that Fenix.

    Fortress Of Frost And Fire

  • He later died in falling off his horse, incidentally, unfortunately in an acci dent in Hyde Park.

    Seize the Moment: America's Challenge in a One-Superpower World

  • The acci - dent that eventually occurred was not what he had planned at all.

    Mostly Harmless

  • And like most of the important things in life, it had come about quite by acci - dent.

    Rendezvous With Rama

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