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“This occurred three years ago while a train was being run manually in a snowstorm; technicians and an operator misunderstood what Hardie called a one-in-a-million situation.”
“Ultimately, every man is a sperm, wiggling his little tail while racing all the other little men up the birth canal for a one-in-a-million chance of getting laid.”
“You're not going to be able to find a one-in-a-million.”
“Under probabilistic risk assessment, the goal is to reduce the odds of something going wrong to one-in-a-million.”
“Let me repeat, removal due to these complications isn't a one-in-a-million chance.”
“Smokey is one-in-a-million .... what adorable pictures pictures posted of him.”
“I think this reform will cause chaos, and it has a one-in-a-million chance of saving costs," said George Kyrtsos, a leading political commentator and editor of the City Press newspaper.”
“Moore also said that, based on the Uniroyal studies, EPA had calculated the hazard of cancer among people exposed to UDMH in Alar for a lifetime; he said the hazard was 45 per million, which is 45 times as high as the one-in-a-million hazard EPA considers "negligible.”
“I think it would be a mistake to dismiss our experience of the last year simply as a 'Black Swan,' a one-in-a-million occurrence that carries no wider application for our industry as a whole," Mr. Dudley said.”
“They're all one-in-a-million stories, all winners of the reverse lottery.”
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