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- n. Plural form of circumstance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you)
- n. a person's financial situation (good or bad)
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I gave a source for a study that showed that the “gap”, under certain circumstances, is reversed.
There are particular cases where the change in circumstances is sufficiently drastic to lead to major price and income adjustments.
Giving your way out of the circumstances is also a very interesting concept.
You have spoken of the Club as being honoured by my presence here; I have no doubt the observation was kindly meant, but I have equally no doubt that you all realise how in the plain and simple and unvarnished truth the honour under the circumstances is all mine.
But he gave that advice which facts, or what he called circumstances, made necessary, and which if followed out, will, it is to be hoped, lead to some basis of principle which we do not see at present. '
So yes there are certain circumstances when military wives can choose to not work but I really wish I had a choice!
The poor girls death under any circumstances is so, so sad.
Geography may not “be” history, but history absolutely is (or rather becomes, under certain circumstances) geography.
Under certain circumstances, the army * would* have been prohibited from killing him.
Data recovery under those circumstances is expensive and limited to those sections that are not physically damaged.
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