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- adv. In a coincidental manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a coincident manner; with coincidence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. happening at the same time
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The British figure represents 18 % of its total energy requirements -- which, again coincidentally, is identical to your own gas utilization as the percentage of total energy used.
Burke loves edgy players with speed and that sounds a lot like Louis Leblanc, who coincidentally is about to enter Harvard -- Burke's alma mater.
I now alternate using them in the Virginia mountains where I'm at now, which coincidentally, is where we used to come deer hunting when I was a kid living in Ohio.
The 1982 date was me thinking of Friday, which coincidentally is also about a robot being treated as a human.
Which, probably not coincidentally, is about the percentage (35%) of Indiana voters who like the health care monstrosity that Ellsworth and his fellow-Democrats are about to wish upon us.
Florida, coincidentally, is enjoying it longest cold spell in recorded history.
It's being published by Erle Korshak - who, coincidentally, is also one of the few survivors from that first worldcon.
The always-fascinating Indie Mogul, which, coincidentally, is usually all about prop building, has a new interview with Collora up on its site, but instead, they focus on how he built his career one step at a time, moving from creature shop work to his famous fan films, to his new flick.
Which, coincidentally, is what the winner receives!
I never intended to have anyone like her in the book, but when Eragon and Brom got to Teirm, I decided to include a lampoon of my sister, who coincidentally is also named Angela.