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- adv. Alternative spelling of incidentally.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Incidentally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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No 1 was IMS Kirksville MO. which incidently is one of the places along with Kansas that I hunt every year.
I’m gonna go consult my rabbi, who incidently is called Harvey.
Despite the Nassau Court's order staying all proceedings in that action, which was then pending in Monroe County, the Monroe Court nevertheless granted Eber's motion to consolidate and, "incidently," changed the venue of the Nassau County action to Monroe County.
The art for this feature is, incidently, the most visually enthralling i've seen in a Marvel book for quite a while, and this pair really should to be on the Runaways back-ups month-in-month-out.
(A point I co-incidently just made on my own blog)
An imprimatur does not guarantee orthodoxy, incidently.
The sex-club scene, incidently, harked back to another work of music theater based on the true story of a stripper turned superstar: "Gypsy."
The six referees are not among the better‑known officials on the circuit, but the plumb job goes to Peter Fitzgibbon, the most recent addition to a growing line of good Irish referees, who gets to control the match between the European champions Toulouse and the current league leaders Racing Métro (who, incidently, will be without their coach, Pierre Berbizier, for the next 60 days after a spat with the referee Christophe Berdos).
(And both, incidently, have American roots on their mother's side that go very deep.)
And incidently, were the SDLPers correct in saying that none of the major parties in the ROI even has a policy on the issue?